Motherboard is publishing parts of the code for the Anom encrypted messaging app, which was secretly managed by the FBI in order to monitor organized crime on a global scale.
Watch beloved Disney and Star Wars characters explain how the company offers clients the ability to use Disney data and target particular audiences.
The unceremonious Zoom meeting bookends a company that recently said it had 'hope' it could pay employees what they were owed.
Paul Krusky played a crucial role in the development of encrypted phone firm EncroChat. Now he has been arrested in the Dominican Republic.
A Facebook user and Motherboard both faced consequences for posting about mailing abortion pills on Facebook on the same day the Supreme Court overturned protections offered by Roe v. Wade.
Motherboard asked some of the biggest tech companies on the planet if they'll provide law enforcement with user data related to abortions. None of them answered the question.
Workers at the startup, founded by a former Apple executive, are panicked and worried, according to internal Slack chats obtained by Motherboard.
“So why wait? Dare, and take what is yours,” the ad says.
Diablo 3 was pay-to-win just like Diablo Immortal.
The Health and Location Data Protection Act comes after Motherboard reported that brokers were selling location data on people visiting abortion clinics. The bill would give the FTC and individual people power to curb some of the worst abuses of such data
Adrian O. Pena allegedly abused the Securus system by simply uploading blank documents and pretending he had authority to track people he had personal relationships with and their spouses.
Emails obtained via FOIA show other parts of the DHS watching TV and checking social media to get information like the rest of us.