Canada’s Telecoms and National Media Want the Government to Block Piracy Websites
Digital rights groups worry that website blocking could cover more than illegal piracy.
Electrum Bitcoin Wallets Were Vulnerable to Hackers for Two Years
Developers left the vulnerability unpatched for months after being alerted.
The National Park Service Promises to Reinstate 92 Climate Change Documents Removed From Website
Dozens of documents outlining how national parks will address climate change were removed from the agency’s website this month.
uh oh, eh?
A Telecom Giant Wants to Block Websites in Canada
Bell is taking a hardline approach to copyright and piracy.
straight white male leads are so 2016
Want More Diverse Entertainment? A New Site Has You Covered
Li Lai wanted a resource to suss out media, but it didn’t exist. So she made it.
The Brooklyn Academy of Music Just Put 70,000 Art Objects Online
The extensive online archive spans 150 years of performance history.
Drill Baby Drill
Fossil Fuels Lead the Interior Department’s New Energy Webpage
The environmental agency’s new energy webpage stresses “removing burdensome regulations.”
Kick Back and Look at 86,400 Chairs on Seatporn
French industrial designer Edouard Chambellan scoured the web for five years to bring you the finest and ugliest chairs on the web.
The Interior Department Just Quietly Scrubbed Its Climate Change Page
The term "climate change" is only mentioned once.
How Discogs Dragged Record Collecting Into the 21st Century
A rare interview with the core team at the beloved music cataloguing database and marketplace.
IHavetoF.Art and Other .Art Domain Names That Could Be Yours!
Help take over the internet's new art world real estate.
The New White House Website Launched with No Mention of Healthcare
The top six issues on the site include energy and jobs, but no health coverage.