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The Mueller Report is much worse for Trump than Barr let on
The full (but redacted) Mueller Report is finally here, in its 448 pages of glory. There are lots of takeaways, but the bottom line is the report is much more damaging to Trump than Trump-appointed attorney general William Barr initially said.
Facebook exposed millions of Instagram passwords
Last month, Facebook revealed they had accidentally saved millions of Facebook passwords in a way that allowed company employees to see them. Today they admitted that millions more Instagram users were affected than the company originally thought. Now would be an excellent time to change yours.
Say hello to the Green New (York) Deal
Most of New York’s carbon emissions come from the heating and cooling of large buildings. But new laws will now pressure the city’s skyscrapers to shrink their emissions by 80 percent in 2050. It could become a model for cities everywhere to cut carbon emissions and save the planet.
We all know the scourge of fake news and harassment on the internet, and platforms have found it increasingly difficult to get a hold of. But calls for centralized censorship could change the game entirely. On the one hand it could be the only way to curb hate on the web. But if the internet turns to a blanket form of censorship, is the internet even the internet anymore?
WIRED Recommends: Marmot Eclipse Rain Jacket
Spring has sprung, and with it April showers. But you don’t have to get wet with the right gear, and with this sustainably-built rain jacket, you can still be kind to Mother Nature.
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Seem like everyone was watching that ‘Game of Thrones’ episode last Sunday? That’s because they were, in record numbers.