nsa Read Now How the NSA Hijacks Hacker Botnets for Spying by Joshua Kopstein · 6 days ago The secret program DEFIANTWARRIOR lets the agency piggyback on cyberattacks. Read Now Washington DC's Public Library Will Teach People How to Avoid the NSA by Jason Koebler · 1 week ago It’s wonderfully subversive for a government institution to teach people how to use Tor in a series called “Orwellian America.” Read Now Tasked with NSA Oversight, the FBI Was a Rubber Stamp for Surveillance by Jordan Pearson · 1 week ago A newly declassified report suggests that the FBI may have done little more than rubber stamp the NSA’s target nominations. Read Now Mimicking NSA Technology to Jam and Expose Mobile WiFi Signals by DJ Pangburn · 2 weeks ago The SPOOK-I project takes on the National Security Agency's surveillance techniques with a “hypothetical and operative” machine inspired by the Orwellian techno-spies. Read Now Authors in 50 Countries Say Surveillance Makes Them Afraid to Write by Ben Richmond · 2 weeks ago Whether living in "free" or "unfree" countries, writers fear being watched. Read Now The NSA Uses the Same Chat Protocol as Hackers and Activists by Jordan Pearson · 3 weeks ago Jabber is the great equalizer of messaging. Read Now 'Art for Spooks' Makes Paranoid Augmented Realities for NSA Spies by DJ Pangburn · 1 month ago When people share their images on social media from the augmented reality “Art for Spooks” app and book, NSA spies will be able to see the metadata. Art for spooks indeed. Read Now Radio Motherboard: A Conversation With Laura Poitras, Director of 'Citizenfour' by Alex Pasternack · 1 month ago Poitras talks to us about meeting Edward Snowden for the first time, why she lives in Germany, and about being on a government watchlist. Read Now Britain's Spy Agency Is Making Apps for Kids by Victoria Turk · 1 month ago Cryptoy teaches children about cryptography—but not too much. Read Now Here Is the First Part of the Highly-Anticipated US 'Torture Report' by Adrianne Jeffries · 1 month ago The Senate Intelligence Committee's four-year investigation into the use of torture by the US is finally being made public. << First< Previous12345678910Next >Last >> Connect To Motherboard Most Popular 4chan Founder Chris ‘Moot’ Poole Retires at 26 The Best Things SkyMall Ever Sold This Battery Has Lasted 175 Years and No One Knows How Silk Road Journal Found on Ulbricht's Laptop: 'Everyone Knows Too Much' Illinois Says Rule-Breaking Students Must Give Teachers Their Facebook Passwords Is 'SimCity' Homelessness a Bug or a Feature?