Buying Congress’ browsing history will likely never happen. But you can still get a glimpse at what your representatives are looking at online. The post What Does Congress Care About? Check Their Browsing Histories appeared first on WIRED.
After Tuesday’s vote by the House of Representatives to strip online privacy protections, a new site aims to mask your browsing history with search noise. The post Wanna Protect Your Online Privacy? Open a Tab and Make Some Noise appeared first on WIRED.
Senators could vote as early as today to not only reverse the Obama-era FCC’s action but block the agency from passing similar rules in the future. The post The Senate Prepares to Send Internet Privacy Down a Black Hole appeared first on WIRED.
Next month, Blockchain Capital will build a new venture capital fund using a bitcoin-like digital token instead of dollars The post The Initial Coin Offering, the Bitcoin-y Stock That’s Not Stock—But Definitely a Big Deal appeared first on WIRED.
Google has convinced the world that its way of advertising is the best way. But a new period of doubt is setting in. The post Under Pressure to Prove Its Ads Actually Work, Google Opens Up appeared first on WIRED.
A blog post accusing Uber of systematic failure to address sexual harassment bolsters the idea that the tech biz isn’t taking care of its own The post Tech Still Doesn’t Take Discrimination Seriously appeared first on WIRED.
How are Americans expressing their anger and anxiety over the Trump administration? Email. Lots of email. The post Apps Make Pestering Congress So Easy That It Can’t Keep Up appeared first on WIRED.
Google wants you to know that it’s on a rampage against bad ads—a problem that has become especially pressing as fake news sites try to cash in on clicks. The post Google Goes After Bad Ads and Bad Sites That Profit From Them appeared first on WIRED.
The company behind Google’s quantum computer is releasing open source tools so coders can create software without needing an advanced physics degree. The post Quantum Computing Is Real, and D-Wave Just Open-Sourced It appeared first on WIRED.
Cities are increasingly populated by lower-income people in subsidized housing and high income people prepared to pay $3,500 a month for a one-bedroom. The post The Year in Housing: The Middle Class Can’t Afford to Live in Cities Anymore appeared first on WIRED.