Hacker-artist Evan Roth made four months of cleared internet cache into physical works of art. Watch him make one.
Articles tagged "nsa"
Crowd-Sourcing NSA Reform.
Snowden already has the US government by the balls— why provide the ammunition for his own character assassination?
Where does it stop?
It may not come as a great surprise, but it is a big deal.
The Office of the Director of National Intelligence just published the original document OK'ing the spy agency's sweeping surveillance program.
The ongoing inability of outside observers to challenge the NSA remains appalling.
Or a postcard from the surveillance future.
Efforts to listen in on Warsaw Pact communications lasted throughout the Cold War.
Wikileaks posted some cheerful silent videos of Edward Snowden.
That's just bad PR.
The media's coverage of the NSA proves that its greatest bias isn't towards Democrats or Republicans—but towards institutional power itself.
Whoever is nominated to take over the NSA will face a firing squad in Congress
Something about not throwing stones if you live in a glass house.
Sub-question: Who will the ex-NSA agent Skype with first?
Another week, another slew of embarrassing revelations.
It involves stealing light.
Here is a list of everything the NSA still hasn't managed to hack into.
It started with a stepladder, measuring tape, and some glue.
As far as espionage goes, you only get in trouble if someone can prove it.
Did the NSA go ahead and hack into the phone calls and emails of America's allies without bothering to mention it to the president of America?
YACHT's Claire Evans explains what a protest song can do in 2013—from fundraising to igniting a crowd at last weekend's 'Stop Watching Us' rally.