An increasing number of states are passing age-verification laws. It’s not clear how they’ll work.
Missiles, mines, and supply shortages are testing the resilience of Ukraine’s medical staff, but they won’t back down.
Governments are ignoring calls to stop fossil fuel expansion—despite there being little time left to avoid the worst effects of global warming.
Image-editing tools from Google and Microsoft contain the “aCropalypse” bug, which can reveal information users intentionally removed.
Evgenii Serebriakov now runs the most aggressive hacking team of Russia’s GRU military spy agency. To Western intelligence, he’s a familiar face.
Even if you signed up purely for Ted Lasso, there’s a lot more you should check out on the streamer.
Rather than obtaining a warrant, the bureau purchased sensitive data—a controversial practice that privacy advocates say is deeply problematic.
Some 11 billion pounds of plastic particles are blanketing the surface alone. But a new study points to hope—if countries act now.