surveillance Read Now Inside SS7, the Insecure Global Cell Network That's Used to Track Phones by Matthew Braga · 3 hours ago In order to deliver calls and texts while you’re on the move, the network keeps track of your location, and this feature can be used against you. Read Now The NSA's Search Engine for Spy Data Is Helping the FBI and DEA by Joseph Cox · 18 hours ago The system, called ICREACH, raises further concerns about how massive amounts of surveillance data are being used and shared with agencies such as the FBI and DEA. Read Now Canada's Spy Agency Recorded Citizens' Calls, Internal Audit Reveals by Justin Ling · 4 days ago A new annual report came out on Canada's favourite signals intelligence agency. Unsurprisingly, it's evasive. Read Now Encryption Is Going Mainstream, But Will People Actually Use It? by Joseph Cox · 5 days ago End-to-end encryption will soon be offered by the likes of Google and Yahoo. Read Now How the US and Its Spy Allies Scan the World for Hackable Servers by Michael Byrne · 1 week ago So far, the agencies have mapped every server in 27 different countries. Read Now The Latest Generation of Spy Satellite Will Revolutionize How We Watch Earth by Joseph Cox · 1 week ago And it's available for any company to buy. Read Now Sex Cams and Voyeurism Make for Great Art by Jordan Pearson · 2 weeks ago "We’re leveraging this hidden potential for creative inquiry in places that would be considered deep and dark and sexualized." Read Now International Wave at the Surveillance Cameras Day Is the Laziest Protest Ever by DJ Pangburn · 3 weeks ago Get ready to wave at the Orwellian surveillance state that dot the globe on August 16th. Read Now The NSA Is Being Sued for Keeping Keith Alexander's Financial Records Secret by Daniel Stuckey · 3 weeks ago Former NSA Director Keith Alexander's lucrative entrance into the private sector has raised a heap of ethical questions about the spy chief's intentions. Read Now A Techno Album Accompanied By Real-Time Feeds from New York Surveillance Cameras by DJ Pangburn · 1 month ago Electronic music producer Jim-E Stack made a collage out of New York City surveillance. << First< Previous12345678910Next >Last >> Connect To Motherboard Most Popular You Don't Need Tor to Access the Darkest Corners of the Internet Bioengineered Opiates Don't Require Poppy Plants At Facebook's Hacker Party, Can't We All Just Be Friends? The American Heart Association Says Vaping Is Safer Than Smoking MIT Students Can Get 'Credit for Reddit' The Misery of Watching the Simpsons on the Internet Anti-MDMA Laws Are Doing More Harm Than Good, Say Researchers If an Ad-Free Internet Existed, Would You Pay for It?