Chris Cole reckons that the "Help for Heroes culture" is denying us a full public discussion about the ramifications of British drone use.
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And he's gearing up to stay for another five.
British authorities are struggling with ways to access data from a growing number of sources using a technique called Deep Packet Inspection.
Motherboard went behind the scenes to talk to Moore, director Mitch Jenkins, and the cast and crew about making and creating this disturbing, intoxicating film.
After a decade of hearings and British court appeals per Gary Mckinnon's extradition to the United States to be tried for the biggest military hacking incident the U.S. Justice Department had ever seen.
FinFisher is a powerful piece of spyware long admired within cybersecurity circles. It’s capable of logging keystrokes, accessing and exporting a compromised computer’s files, and intercepting encrypted data such as Skype calls.
Thirty years ago, before social media would be bandied about the London riots as a "weapon":http://www.nytimes.com/2011/08/12/world/europe/12iht-social12.html / "counter-weapon":http://motherboard.tv/2011/8/10/faceless-threats-send-london-s-diy-crime…
From a quiet swath of English countryside, some one and a half hours outside of London, researchers are receiving radio messages from the farthest reaches of the universe.To do it, they're relying on one of astronomy's newest and largest gadgets: the…
Nice The Ministry of Defense just released a bunch of personal accounts of UFO sightings to the public.