Captain Marvel Has the Best Movie Website Since Space Jam

Captain Marvel Has the Best Movie Website Since Space Jam

“I give them a huge amount of credit,” says Dara-Lynn Weiss, one of the producers who built the Space Jam site in 1996, of the Captain Marvel throwback.

Teens Don't Use Facebook, but They Can't Escape It, Either

Teens Don't Use Facebook, but They Can't Escape It, Either

For the families who spoke to WIRED, it’s often the teens asking the parents to limit what they post, or how much time they spend on the site.

Google Takes Its First Steps Toward Killing the URL

Google Takes Its First Steps Toward Killing the URL

It shouldn’t take advanced knowledge of how the internet works to figure that out." "A key challenge is avoiding flagging legitimate domains as suspicious." Emily Stark, Google Chrome The Chrome team's efforts so far focus on figuring out how to detect and warn users about URLs that seem to deviate in some way from standard practice.

Google and Facebook Backed an Event Denying Climate Change

Google and Facebook Backed an Event Denying Climate Change

But the donations also put the firms in company with some of the event’s other sponsors, which included three groups known for their work attacking climate change science and trying to undermine efforts to reduce carbon emissions.

An Astonishing 773 Million Records Exposed in Monster Breach

An Astonishing 773 Million Records Exposed in Monster Breach

The data set was first reported by security researcher Troy Hunt , who maintains Have I Been Pwned , a way to search whether your own email or password has been compromised by a breach at any point.

The 'Twinning' Fad, the Weather Channel, and More Security News

The 'Twinning' Fad, the Weather Channel, and More Security News

Security News This Week: The 'Twinning' Site Leaked Selfies WIRED; Momoa by Roy Rochlin/Getty Images, Chewbacca by DPA Picture Alliance Archive/Alamy You know what they say, the first hacks of January set the tone for the rest of year.

2018 Tech in Memoriam: Goodbye to the iPhone SE, Google+, and More

2018 Tech in Memoriam: Goodbye to the iPhone SE, Google+, and More

Off Tumblr, porn bloggers have tried to seek refuge for their content on other, smaller blog sites.Google+, Inbox, URL Shortener, AlloThis year, Google announced that it will be pulling the plug on a number of its services.

2018 Proved Game Streaming Can Still Get Bigger—and Messier

2018 Proved Game Streaming Can Still Get Bigger—and Messier

In March, popular Fortnite streamer and no-talking-to-girls-er Ninja invited the rapper Drake onto his stream, and racked up 1.5 million viewers in a record-setting display for Twitch, the biggest streaming platform in the videogame world.

Amazon’s Holiday Toy Catalog Is Advertising Parents Actually Want

Amazon’s Holiday Toy Catalog Is Advertising Parents Actually Want

And this time of year, when millions of Americans are going to buy toys, it’s easier for children to thumb through a physical catalog that feels like a big book of wonders than a notoriously hard-to-navigate website.Kids, especially, don’t have a great way to discover toys on the actual Amazon website.

Tumblr’s Porn Bloggers Eye Pillowfort and Dreamwidth

Tumblr’s Porn Bloggers Eye Pillowfort and Dreamwidth

“Even those who have their primary hangout elsewhere use us as a permanent redirect to wherever they're socializing most," she says, "because after ten years, people are beginning to trust that we mean it when we say we're planning to be around for the long haul.”Not Ready for PrimetimePillowfort, on the other hand, looks a lot like Tumblr, but it can’t yet handle the traffic that comes along with popularity.Baritz created Pillowfort in 2016 to be exactly what disaffected Tumblr bloggers are now in search of: an open-minded site that can host images and videos; allows reblogging, commenting, and community building; encourages a strong artistic bent; and doesn’t censor NSFW content.

Tumblr's Porn-Detecting AI Has One Job—and It's Bad at It

Tumblr's Porn-Detecting AI Has One Job—and It's Bad at It

“I believe they've forgot about adding enough cartoon data in this case, and probably other types of examples that matter and are SFW,” he says.“Computers are only recently opening their eyes, and it's foolish to think they can see perfectly.”Reza Zadeh, MatroidWIRED tried running several Tumblr posts that were reportedly flagged as adult content through Matroid’s NSFW natural imagery classifier, including a picture of chocolate ghosts, a photo of Joe Biden, and one of Burstein’s patents, this time for LED light-up jeans.

Tumblr's Porn Ban Reveals Who Controls What We See Online

Tumblr's Porn Ban Reveals Who Controls What We See Online

“I still haven’t dealt with removing all of them yet—I just sort of heavy sighed and closed the tab.”Safe SpaceIn interviews and messages with WIRED, more than 30 sex workers, porn consumers, and creators on Tumblr lamented the loss of what they described as a unique, safe space for curated sexually themed GIFs, photos, and videos.

Security News This Week: Amazon Won't Say How Many Customer Emails It Exposed

Security News This Week: Amazon Won't Say How Many Customer Emails It Exposed

Yes, the Make-A-Wish site.Russia's elite hackers, meanwhile, have resurfaced, apparently with a new phishing trick in tow.

Hack Brief: Criminals With No Shame Hit Make-A-Wish Website

Hack Brief: Criminals With No Shame Hit Make-A-Wish Website

But its practitioners appear to have recently hit a new low, compromising the website of Make-A-Wish, the venerable charity that offers uplifting experiences for children with serious or terminal illnesses.The HackDuring a recent scan of infected sites, Trustwave SpiderLabs researcher Simon Kenin scrolled past a number of domains that had fallen victim to cryptojacking.

You Know What? Go Ahead and Use the Hotel Wi-Fi

You Know What? Go Ahead and Use the Hotel Wi-Fi

The most important thing to know about HTTPS, though, is that it obviates most of the attacks that (rightly) scared you off of public Wi-Fi in the first place.“If you’re in the US, the web is pretty well encrypted.

Fieldays - farming for the future

Fieldays - farming for the future

NIWA’s Chief Scientist, Climate, Atmosphere and Hazards, Dr Sam Dean says that by making sound choices now, and in the future, farmers can adapt, increase resilience, and reduce risks and costs for themselves and future owners of their farms.

Nurseries Restore Staghorn Coral in the Florida Keys

Nurseries Restore Staghorn Coral in the Florida Keys

Despite spending a year helping to restore staghorn coral in the Florida Keys, this was the first time my snorkeling partner, Christina, from Coral Restoration Foundation had seen a huge staghorn colony in the wild.

Who Gets Their News From Which Social Media Sites?

Who Gets Their News From Which Social Media Sites?

It offers unusual insight into how social media news consumption varies by platform according to age, political affiliation, gender, education level, and race.Only a third of people who use Instagram told Pew they get news from the site, but two-thirds of that group are nonwhite—the highest proportion of nonwhite news consumers of any social media site.

How Hackers Slipped by British Airways' Defenses

How Hackers Slipped by British Airways' Defenses

But the company later clarified that the compromised data included payment card expiration dates and Card Verification Value codes—the extra three or four-digit numbers that authenticate a card—even though British Airways has said it does not store CVVs. British Airways further noted that the breach only impacted customers who completed transactions during a specific timeframe—22:58 BST on August 21 through 21:45 BST on September 5.These details served as clues, leading analysts at RiskIQ and elsewhere to suspect that the British Airways hackers likely used a "cross-site scripting" attack, in which bad actors identify a poorly secured web page component and inject their own code into it to alter a victim site's behavior.

Have these scientists just SOLVED GLOBAL WARMING? New mineral EATS carbon dioxide

Have these scientists just SOLVED GLOBAL WARMING? New mineral EATS carbon dioxide

This is a process which takes hundreds to thousands of years in nature at Earth's surface."The second thing we have done is to demonstrate a pathway which speeds this process up dramatically.Have these scientists just SOLVED GLOBAL WARMING?

Climate Museum Sends Distress Signals to Stimulate Discussion

Climate Museum Sends Distress Signals to Stimulate Discussion

30, among many other events.The artist Justin Brice Guariglia created the signs and included one among his works in Storm King Art Center’s group climate exhibition (through Nov. 11), one of many projects that have recently tackled the topic.Ms. Massie and Mr. Knight are hoping to find a permanent home for the museum, which is temporarily on Governors Island, the site of some of the “Climate Signals” programs coming up.

Dyson to expand Wiltshire facility to boost electric-car tests

Dyson to expand Wiltshire facility to boost electric-car tests

Coming despite severe warnings over lost jobs and investment from no-deal Brexit, his technology company is spending about £200m to expand the testing facility on a former second world war airfield at Hullavington, near Malmesbury in the west of England.

Swamp kauri providing a window to the past for scientists

Swamp kauri providing a window to the past for scientists

Dr Andrew Lorrey says kauri is a special species - mature trees live from 600 to 1000 years “if left to their own devices” - and provide important insight into long-term change. Dr Lorrey says there is a concern that time periods could be lost if scientists are not told about swamp kauri excavation sites.