Microsoft Now Decides if Climate Change News or Other Content is Reliable

Guest essay by Eric Worrall Microsoft have released a plugin for their Edge browser, which uses Newsguard ratings to mark Buzzfeed as reliable, and Breitbart, Drudge and Wikileaks as untrustworthy. At the time of writing they haven’t yet made up their mind about WUWT. Microsoft Teams with Establishment ‘NewsGuard’ to Create News Blacklist 23 Jan…

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WUWT Camp Fire Relief Fund — THANK YOU!

Quick Note from Kip Hansen LATE BREAKING NEWS:  In a surprise gesture,  Mark Steyn has mentioned this fund raiser on his blog.   Thus we are opening up donations again, and will direct them a little more broadly in Paradise. Donations are still being accepted at:   WUWT Camp Fire Relief * * * * *…

Major science website gets hacked

  September 13, 2016 – 10:10 p.m. EDT Dear EurekAlert! Registrants: The EurekAlert! website has been taken offline as AAAS works diligently to address a serious security breach. We are taking this step out of an abundance of caution. The integrity of content on our website is of the utmost concern to us. On September…

Chinese Govt accused of hacking Australian Bureau of Meteorology

Guest essay by Eric Worrall News in Australia this week, the Chinese government has been accused of hacking the computers of Australia’s Bureau of Meteorology, with claims that the source of the hack has been tracked to a Chinese Army building in Shanghai. The Chinese government has strongly denied responsibility for the cyber attack. According…