nsa Read Now The United Nations Just Came Out Strong Against Mass Surveillance by Kaleigh Rogers · 22 hours ago The general assembly has adopted a resolution bolstering the right to privacy. Read Now How the NSA (Or Anyone Else) Can Crack Tor's Anonymity by Jason Koebler · 1 week ago Researchers identified 81 percent of people using the service with a honeypot scheme and some statistical analysis. Read Now Let's Play NSA! The Hackers Open-Sourcing Top Secret Spy Tools by Lucy Teitler · 1 week ago Michael Ossmann and a merry band of hackers are rebuilding the NSA's most secret weapons—for science. Read Now Why More Human Rights Groups Are Getting Hacked Than Ever by Patrick McGuire · 2 weeks ago As government surveillance tools get more sophisticated in the cyber arms race, humans rights groups are defenseless. Read Now How Canada's Spy Agencies Cozied Up to the NSA by Justin Ling · 2 weeks ago The NSA and its Canadian counterparts are friends with benefits, court docs reveal. Read Now The Votes Are In: Americans Don't Care About Privacy by Jason Koebler · 3 weeks ago Tuesday’s elections were not good for the internet or for your civil liberties. Read Now UK Spies Can Access NSA Data Without a Warrant by Joseph Cox · 4 weeks ago More details have been revealed about how GCHQ shares data from the NSA, and human rights groups aren't happy. Read Now Canada Is About to Authorize Its Own Global Spying Operations by Justin Ling · 4 weeks ago Canadians will be getting their own foreign spy agency that can tap CSEC and the NSA to do data collection on its behalf. Read Now The Canada Parliament Shooting Is Already Fueling Surveillance Hawks by Ben Makuch · 1 month ago It's the same old story: attacks on the public could equal more surveillance. Read Now Britain's Intel Chief: Our Spies Would Rather Quit Than Do Mass Surveillance by Thomas Fox-Brewster · 1 month ago Outgoing director of GCHQ Iain Lobban said in his final speech that "the people who work at GCHQ would sooner walk out the door than be involved in anything remotely resembling ‘mass surveillance.’” << First< Previous12345678910Next >Last >> Connect To Motherboard Most Popular God's Lonely Programmer The Hypnosis Videos That Promise Sweet Dreams and Hands-Free Orgasms The Politics of Emoji Diversity The 70s New Age Record That Went Viral on SoundCloud Grand Theft Auto V Now Has Its Own Undersea Wildlife Documentary How Jackie Chan's 'Supercop' Inspired a More Efficient Solar Panel 'We Are the Future Cunt': CyberFeminism in the 90s The Man Who Made 'Tetris'