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The European Parliament has voted in favour of Article 13
11 months ago by Mnemonic to /s/Internet from wired.co.uk
How the BBC’s Netflix-killing plan was snuffed by myopic regulation. Insiders reveal just how close the BBC came to launching a credible Netflix competitor – only to have the door slammed in its face.
7 days ago by Chop_Chop to /s/BritishTV from wired.co.uk
The climate crisis has sparked a Siberian mammoth tusk gold rush
3 months ago by Vigte to /s/YoungerDryas from wired.co.uk
11 months ago by useless_aether to /s/Europe from wired.co.uk
Why your immune system is key in the fight against cancer (One step closer to admitting it's cause by a virus/auto-immune problems...)
11 months ago by Vigte to /s/Health from wired.co.uk
How China's WeChat became a grim heart of illegal animal trading
The gloomy saga of Article 13 just got a whole lot worse
1 year ago by useless_aether to /s/Internet from wired.co.uk
Inside the British Army's secret information warfare machine
1 year ago by useless_aether to /s/propaganda from wired.co.uk
The banana is dying. The race is on to reinvent it before it's too late
1 year ago by Mnemonic to /s/environment from wired.co.uk
In China, the government is developing a much broader “social credit” system partly based on people’s routine behaviours with the ultimate goal of determining the “trustworthiness” of the 1.4 billion citizens. It might sound like a futuristic dystopian nightmare but the system is already a reality.
1 year ago by Orangutan to /s/WorldNews from wired.co.uk
Occultist father of rocketry 'written out' of Nasa's history
1 year ago by Oof_Too_Humid to /s/conspiracy from wired.co.uk