On Tuesday, the UK passed its controversial new surveillance law, the Investigatory Powers Act, according to the Home Office.
The data includes usernames, email addresses, and what appear to be poorly-hashed passwords.
A new study quantifies Twitch's sexism problem.
In ‘Obfuscation: A User’s Guide for Privacy and Protest’ co-authors Finn Brunton and Helen Nissenbaum discuss strategies for privacy protecting. Brunton recently spoke to Motherboard about some of these strategies.
It might actually provide some decent information for investigators in certain cases.
Little-known company Geofeedia bragged about tracking the Ferguson protests.
The world’s most powerful sales company combined with Twitter’s endless stream of thoughts could produce valuable insights.
Making the abstract more visceral.
Peace, who made his name selling databases of Silicon Valley companies, has dumped apparent data of a rival's black market site.
A line of jewelry co-created by the co-founder of The Pirate Bay aims to show why perceptions of value are outdated in the digital era.