Wired is a monthly American magazine, that focuses on how emerging technologies affect culture, the economy, and politics. 
wired.com Media Feb 05, 2021, Friday
Finally, an Interesting Proposal for Section 230 Reform | WIRED
A new bill directly targets the most egregious excesses of online platform immunity.
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wired.com Bussiness Jan 15, 2021, Friday
Facebook Can’t Fix What It Won’t Admit To | WIRED
According to a 2016 internal study, “64 percent of all extremist group joins are due to our recommendation tools … Our recommendation systems grow the problem.”
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wired.com Politics Jan 10, 2021, Sunday
Post-Riot, the Capitol Hill IT Staff Faces a Security Mess | WIRED
Wednesday's insurrection could have exposed congressional data and devices in ways that have yet to be appreciated.
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wired.com Media Jan 08, 2021, Friday
Platforms Must Pay for Their Role in the Insurrection | WIRED
Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube have spent years fomenting and enabling yesterday’s violence at the Capitol. Policymakers need to do something about it.
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wired.com Bussiness Dec 15, 2020, Tuesday
Mark Zuckerberg’s Blue Christmas | WIRED
Plus: A WhatsApp cofounder’s regrets, the rules of chip hoarding, and a failed attempt at influencer marketing.
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wired.com Culture Dec 14, 2020, Monday
A Letter to My Pandemic Baby | WIRED
On this week's Get WIRED podcast, an editor captures the bizarre world of 2020 for his unborn daughter.
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wired.com Bussiness Dec 09, 2020, Wednesday
The Smoking Gun in the Facebook Antitrust Case | WIRED
The government wants to break up the world’s biggest social network. Internal company emails show why.
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wired.com Tech Dec 08, 2020, Tuesday
Behind the Paper That Led to a Google Researcher's Firing | WIRED
Timnit Gebru was one of seven authors on a study that examined prior research on training artificial intelligence models to understand language.
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wired.com Health Dec 02, 2020, Wednesday
Two Global Efforts Try to Trace the Origin of the Covid Virus | WIRED
Both teams want to know when—or how often—the virus passed from animals to people. But the trail may have gone cold, and the search has gotten political.
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wired.com News Nov 10, 2020, Tuesday
Who’s Still Covered by California’s Gig Worker Law? | WIRED
Uber and Lyft led a ballot measure that exempts them from AB 5. But millions of janitors, retail workers, and others are still covered by the statute.
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wired.com Tech Nov 07, 2020, Saturday
Trump Broke the Internet. Can Joe Biden Fix It? | WIRED
From privacy to big tech monopolies, here’s an early look at what might actually happen in tech policy under a divided government.
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wired.com Politics Nov 02, 2020, Monday
The Senate Race That Could be Pivotal for America—and Wikipedia | WIRED
One of the most important candidates in the country was denied her own entry for months, sparking a heated debate among the encyclopedia's editors.
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wired.com Tech Sep 29, 2020, Tuesday
The National Guard’s Fire-Mapping Drones Get An AI Upgrade | WIRED
Algorithms that quickly track the movement of wildfires could help firefighters‚ but the tech could also be put to non-humanitarian use.
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wired.com News Sep 29, 2020, Tuesday
How We’ll Know The Election Wasn’t Rigged | WIRED
Whether you’re casting a ballot in person or by mail, there’s plenty to worry about. Mass voter fraud shouldn’t be on the list.
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wired.com News Sep 29, 2020, Tuesday
How To Watch The First 2020 Presidential Debate | WIRED
Donald Trump and Joe Biden meet for the first time on a debate stage Tuesday night in Cleveland.
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wired.com News Sep 18, 2020, Friday
Trump’s TikTok Circus Will Have Lasting Consequences | WIRED
The larger issues around China’s technological rise aren’t going away.
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wired.com News Aug 13, 2020, Thursday
Epic Games' Lawsuit Fires A Shot At Apple's App Store 'Monopoly' | WIRED
The Fortnite developer filed a suit today in California that suggests it may even want to launch its own app store on iOS.
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wired.com News Aug 05, 2020, Wednesday
It’s Not Just TikTok. Chinese Firms Face More US Roadblocks | WIRED
Chinese companies have been free to expand in the US while American firms were stymied by Beijing. Now, the climate is not as welcoming.
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wired.com News Jul 31, 2020, Friday
Trump May Soon Order TikTok's Sale, As Microsoft Circles | WIRED
The short-video app is wildly popular with teens, but officials fear it could be a conduit for data to China, or for Beijing's propaganda.
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wired.com News Jul 31, 2020, Friday
What The Science Of Animal Networks Reveals About Protests | WIRED
The movement of demonstrators echoes the fluid collective responses of the animal world, as groups respond to threats and signal across large spaces.
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wired.com News Apr 16, 2020, Thursday
15 Months Of Fresh Hell Inside Facebook | WIRED
Scandals. Backstabbing. Resignations. Record profits. Time Bombs. In early 2018, Mark Zuckerberg set out to fix Facebook. Here's how that turned out.
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wired.com News Feb 25, 2020, Tuesday
How to Watch Tonight's Democratic Debate in South Carolina | WIRED
It’s the last time candidates will meet on the debate stage before Saturday's South Carolina primary, as well as Super Tuesday.
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wired.com News Feb 21, 2020, Friday
Russia Doesn't Want Bernie Sanders. It Wants Chaos | WIRED
The point of Kremlin interference has always been to find democracy’s loose seams, and pull.
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wired.com News Feb 08, 2020, Saturday
How AI Is Tracking the Coronavirus Outbreak | WIRED
Machine-learning programs are analyzing websites, news reports, and social media posts for signs of symptoms, such as fever or breathing problems.
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wired.com News Feb 03, 2020, Monday
YouTube Will Police Political Videos More Closely | WIRED
The social media site says it will remove manipulated videos and content that promotes conspiracy theories, marking a contrast with Facebook.
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wired.com News David Nield Jan 12, 2020, Sunday
All the Ways Facebook Tracks You—and How to Limit It | WIRED
If you have a Facebook account—and even if you don't—the company is going to collect data about you. But you can at least control how it gets used.
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wired.com News David Kushner Apr 09, 2019, Tuesday
A Brief History of Porn on the Internet | WIRED
Pornographers developed many early innovations in internet marketing, like pop-up ads and subscriptions. And women were among the most successful entrepreneurs in the business.
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