Adi Robertson Senior Reporter
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Adi Robertson has been covering technology policy, video games, virtual and augmented reality, biohacking, tech history, and other topics for The Verge since 2011.

435 Articles
3 months ago
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Quentin Tarantino settles NFT lawsuit with Miramax

They might release more NFTs together.

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Kiwi Farms has been scrubbed from the Internet Archive

Its address is now excluded from the Wayback Machine.

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Andreessen Horowitz wants to fix NFT copyright with its "Can’t Be Evil" license

It’s based on the Creative Commons framework.

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Professional AI whisperers have launched a marketplace for DALL-E prompts

What makes a description of anime pinup art worth $5?

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A South Carolina plan to punish abortion aid sites is going nowhere

The bill alarmed civil liberties advocates in June.

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Virginia judge shuts down demand to ban book sales to minors

The books aren’t obscene, and the law is unconstitutional.

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California passes sweeping online safety rules for kids

More protections for kids, privacy concerns for adults

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FTC sues data broker for letting people track health clinic visitors

The agency promised a crackdown last month.

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No more paywalls for public research, says White House

It ends a one-year embargo option for publishers.

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Mark Zuckerberg confirms new Meta VR headset will launch in October

Project Cambria is focused on improving social presence.

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Twitter is a mess — but in the Elon Musk trial, it might not matter

Musk’s case is stronger but not a slam dunk.

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Can a YouTube ad change your mind about disinformation?

A new study "prebunks" logical fallacies.

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