They may not market themselves as well as the far-right, but the antifa has its movements. The post Your Handy Field Guide to the Surprisingly Few Factions of the Far Left, From Pastel Bloc to BAMN appeared first on WIRED.
Thanks to the ad-tech boom, advertisers today have endless options. The post The Real Reason the Online Uprising Against Bill O’Reilly Worked appeared first on WIRED.
The online response to the soda company’s now-pulled marketing video was surprisingly refreshing. The post Pepsi’s Kendall Jenner Ad Was So Awful It Did the Impossible: It United the Internet appeared first on WIRED.
Attempted intrusions against any senator aren’t surprising. But they’re a reminder election hacking shouldn’t be a partisan issue. The post Marco Rubio Says Hack Attempts From Russia Targeted Him, Too appeared first on WIRED.
With surveillance hawk Jeff Sessions about to head up Trump’s DOJ, privacy advocates push for a long-overdue bill to lock in digital privacy protections. The post Passing the Email Privacy Act Has Never Been More Urgent 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.
People seeking solidarity and safety in like-minded groups are increasingly looking to secret Facebook groups. They’re solipsistic—but that’s OK. The post Secret Facebook Groups Are the Trump Era’s Worst, Best Echo Chamber appeared first on WIRED.