FBI Read Now The NSA's Search Engine for Spy Data Is Helping the FBI and DEA by Joseph Cox · 14 hours ago The system, called ICREACH, raises further concerns about how massive amounts of surveillance data are being used and shared with agencies such as the FBI and DEA. Read Now Facial Recognition Caught a Fugitive, But It's Still Got a Ways to Go by Joseph Cox · 1 week ago Even as facial recognition proves itself, bigger databases will likely lead to more mismatches. Read Now The Plan to Make Drones 'A Tool the FBI Cannot Do Without' by Shawn Musgrave · 1 week ago The Bureau nearly cut its drone program, if not for one officials' push to cement their place in the FBI's spy kit. Read Now Do the FBI's Drones Invade Your Privacy? Sorry, That's Private by Shawn Musgrave · 1 month ago Despite a mandatory process designed to mitigate privacy concerns, the question of how FBI drones may be impacting Americans' privacy rights remains unanswered. Read Now How an FBI Informant Helped Orchestrate the Hack of an FBI Contractor by Daniel Stuckey and Andrew Blake · 2 months ago Weeks after he started working quietly as an FBI informant, the hacker known as Sabu led a cyber attack against one of the bureau's very own IT contractors. Read Now The FBI Built the Most Comprehensive List of Twitter Slang We've Ever Seen by Jason Koebler · 2 months ago The FBI had FOMO on the internet 411, so they compiled a list of 2,800 acronyms. They're all here, FYI. Read Now Exclusive: How FBI Informant Sabu Helped Anonymous Hack Brazil by Daniel Stuckey and Andrew Blake · 2 months ago Exclusive documents obtained by Motherboard detail Hector Xavier Monsegur's leadership in attacks against Brazilian government and commercial websites. Read Now Money Is the Reason the Government Can't Hire Decent Hackers, Not Weed by Thomas Brewster · 3 months ago And some found that stereotype insulting. Read Now Lavabit Tried to Hand Over Encryption Keys in a Tiny Font, But It Didn't Work by Victoria Turk · 4 months ago The secure email service lost its contempt of court appeal in what all boiled down to a procedural point. Read Now Every Drone Mission the FBI Admits to Flying by Shawn Musgrave · 4 months ago The FBI insists that it uses drone technology to conduct surveillance in “very limited circumstances.” What those particular circumstances are remain a mystery. << First< Previous1234Next >Last >> Connect To Motherboard Most Popular You Don't Need Tor to Access the Darkest Corners of the Internet Bioengineered Opiates Don't Require Poppy Plants At Facebook's Hacker Party, Can't We All Just Be Friends? The American Heart Association Says Vaping Is Safer Than Smoking MIT Students Can Get 'Credit for Reddit' The Misery of Watching the Simpsons on the Internet Anti-MDMA Laws Are Doing More Harm Than Good, Say Researchers If an Ad-Free Internet Existed, Would You Pay for It?