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erosions

The Sinking Brothel

The sex workers of Banishanta, an island on Bangladesh’s southwestern coast, stand to be washed away by rising sea levels.
Matthew Bremner
21 hours ago
Gage Skidmore
Gage Skidmore

Bloggers, Rejoice: Gage Skidmore Is at CPAC

America's favorite Creative Commons photographer is attending the year's most concentrated gathering of Republican politicians, ensuring the media will be able to properly illustrate their blogs.
Jason Koebler
2 days ago
Hate Groups
Hate Groups

One of America's Most Notorious Neo-Nazi Extremist Groups Is Posting Freely to YouTube, Steam

Bad moderation allows radical messages to spread.
Emanuel Maiberg
Matthew Gault
2 days ago
digital divide
digital divide

The FCC’s New Broadband Map Paints an Irresponsibly Inaccurate Picture of American Broadband

At the core of the problem is, unsurprisingly, the influence of deep-pocketed telecom operators on lawmakers and regulators.
Karl Bode
2 days ago
SpinLaunch
SpinLaunch

This Company Wants to Catapult Rockets into Space

What we know about SpinLaunch, a company created in secret four years ago.
Daniel Oberhaus
2 days ago
net neutrality
net neutrality

The NRA Gave Ajit Pai a Gun for Getting Rid of Net Neutrality

The Charlton Heston Courage Under Fire Award is given to a person who has “stood up under pressure with grace, and dignity, and principled discipline.”
Kaleigh Rogers
2 days ago
scams
scams

Ethereum Scammers Posing as Tech Celebrities Are Running Rampant On Twitter

Not even Ethereum's founder, Vitalik Buterin, is immune.
Lorenzo Franceschi-Bicchierai
2 days ago
film
film

'Annihilation' Has the Best Movie Monster I've Seen in Years

Spoiler alert: the scariest thing in the world is the unknowable.
Matthew Gault
2 days ago
Terraform
Terraform

Five Tangibles and One

What might fuel the addiction of sex bots?
D.A. Xiaolin Spires
2 days ago
Internet Insecurity
Internet Insecurity

'Critical' T-Mobile Bug Allowed Hackers To Hijack Users' Accounts

A security researcher discovered a flaw in a T-Mobile website that let hackers log in as any customer.
Lorenzo Franceschi-Bicchierai
2 days ago
Black History Month
Black History Month

Internet Service Providers Systematically Favor White Communities Over Communities of Color

The inequality extends beyond lower income groups.
Kaleigh Rogers
2 days ago
Varsity Rocketry
Varsity Rocketry

The Race to Launch the First Student-Built Rocket into Space Is On

The all-student team Space Enterprise at Berkeley plan to unveil their Eureka-1 rocket later this spring.
Becky Ferreira
2 days ago
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