"Do they bite each other's hands? Do they punch each other?"
The problem with matching two people who believe that lizard people control the world's currency from the sewers of L.A. is that they could have kids who will carry on their batshit ideas.
What ever happened to Limewire, Kazaa, and Soulseek?
Michael K. Williams meets illegal fishermen living in Hout Bay, South Africa, on Black Market, then we investigate the 2014 hack on Sony Pictures on an all new episode of CYBERWAR.
Republicans recently added an amendment to their platform that calls pornography a "a public health crisis."
If you paid a recent visit to Pornhub, YouPorn, or xHamster, you might have seen the "for women" category flagged with a little Venus symbol.
The infamous price-gauger has serious mana burn, apparently.
"HI MOM! It's me, your dead son."
On this episode of Daily VICE, CYBERWAR host Ben Makuch shares a behind-the-scenes look at the first episode of our new VICELAND show.
We investigate the underground market for stolen cars on the first episode of Black Market, and learn about hacktivist group Anonymous's next move on CYBERWAR.
Even the paper owned by Donald Trump's son-in-law Jared Kushner is piling on the embattled Republican candidate.
Jun 30, 2016
It's about so much more than dick pics!
For up to 100 hours a week, Renea Royster helps prison inmates post on Facebook, meet women, and keep track of fantasy sports, among other projects.
A writer and artist continue their combing of the oddest parts of the web for nuggets of gold.
Call it the Donald Trump effect. It doesn't matter if the trolls believe what they are saying if their followers believe it.
Motherboard's editor-in-chief, Derek Mead, gives us an exclusive look at new shows like Whiz Kids and Greatest Moments in Hacking History.
Jimmy Wales talked to us about the need to be on the lookout for threats to a free and open internet.
Kenyatta Cheese, one of the founders of the world's foremost meme website, tells us how to explain dat boi to our grandmas.
There goes Notch, he who created a video gaming masterpiece, calling strangers "c*nts" on the internet.
It used to be that if you had a thing for a serial killer, you'd send a private letter to their prison. Now, thanks to social media, you can make your love as public as you like.
Moderators tell us why they spend up to 20 hours per week silencing trolls for free.
A new study of 221 young people found "ADHD-like symptoms" present in their smartphone habits, but what about people who actually have ADHD?
Ever since the "social network for professionals" changed the way its timeline works, people have started trying to go viral in the hope it'll get them a job.
The first installment of Accidental Internet, a new series where Gideon Jacobs and Eric Oglander crawl the web looking for strange and beautiful pieces of text and images.