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Brian Murphy says he was pressured to alter reports on Russia and white supremacyand that he was fired for refusing to budge.Source: Wired - Emerging technologies News
In an interview with WIRED and in his new book, the former FBI agent details the threats the US faces as the 2020 election looms.Source: Wired - Emerging technologies News
Cool research tool? Definitely. A way to remotely control a computer or a prosthetic? Sure. But reading minds and storing memories? Not so fast.Source: Wired - Emerging technologies News
Plus: Wireless at the turn of the century, a highly anticipated question, and a surprise in the stratosphere.Source: Wired - Emerging technologies News
To protect the election, the platform will limit message forwarding to five people at a time.Source: Wired - Emerging technologies News
Facebook rolls out its plan to protect the US from November mayhem.Source: Wired - Emerging technologies News
The DHS, the DOJ, and the Office of the Director of National Intelligence have all had recent controversies that bode poorly for electoral integrity.Source: Wired - Emerging technologies News
The company says the descriptions of the roles were incorrect. Critics say it's a warning shot.Source: Wired - Emerging technologies News
This month brings attention to the cases of missing reporters worldwideincluding Sri Lankan writer Prageeth Eknelygoda, who was abducted over 10 years ago.Source: Wired - Emerging technologies News
Plus: An unheeded red flag at Facebook, TikTok security questions, and this weeks once-in-a-century disaster.Source: Wired - Emerging technologies News
Optical illusions can be a useful tool for studying how we see stuff, but its hard to uncover just how they work. Unless, that is, you show them to flies.Source: Wired - Emerging technologies News
Tenants who get dragged to court are often at a disadvantage. But a new system, known as online dispute resolution, gives them a better shot.Source: Wired - Emerging technologies News
Musk tweeted that his V2 update will blow our minds. But how close is he to putting computer chips in them?Source: Wired - Emerging technologies News
Research collected during the pandemic backs up the national calls for racial and criminal justice. So why are we still relying on punitive software?Source: Wired - Emerging technologies News
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