WIRED’s editor in chief shares thoughts on the ongoing evolutionary battle between humans and SARS-CoV-2, plus more from the next issue.
Retailers bamboozled by the pandemic now find themselves staring at mountains of unwanted stock. Here’s what happened and how it can be fixed.
The government-funded Conflict Observatory will use open source tools and satellite imagery to gather evidence of human rights violations.
Alphabet, Meta, and others collect heaps of user data that could be exploited by law enforcement—and create legal hazards.
The landmark Digital Services Act has a glaring omission: It ditches plans to tighten rules that could have protected survivors of revenge porn and other forms of sexual abuse.
The lack of homes in major cities is endemic, but solutions exist—providing countries can muster the political capital.
With future price rises baked in and some countries on the verge of rationing gas, things are going to get a whole lot worse before they get any better.
Uber and Lyft have legally cemented the independent contractor status of ride-hail drivers. Now other states are on the horizon.
Thousands of workers beat the odds and voted to become the first unionized Amazon warehouse in the US.