Wednesday, October 20, 2021

Andy Greenberg

Dune Foresaw—and Influenced—Half a Century of Global Conflict

From Afghanistan to cyberattacks, Frank Herbert’s novel anticipated and shaped warfare as we know it.Just before his deployment to Iraq in 2003, Ryan Kort spotted a paperback copy of Dune in a bookstore near Fort Riley, Kansas. The 23-year-old...

He Escaped the Dark Web's Biggest Bust. Now He's Back

DeSnake apparently eluded the DOJ's takedown of AlphaBay. The admin talked to WIRED about his return—and the resurrection of the notorious underground marketplace.Just over four years ago, the US Department of Justice announced the takedown of AlphaBay, the biggest...

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