Cop Secretly Filmed Naked Women for Years Using Spy Cameras
Former officer Neil Corbel admitted 19 counts of voyeurism, but prosecutors said police found 51 images of naked women on his hard drive.
How The UK's New Anti-Extremism Bill Could Affect You
Anti-fascists, BLM activists, environmentalists and others could all get tangled up in the government's new anti-extremism legislation.
The EU is done warning tech companies about removing extremist content — now they want to act
But critics say this new bill is flawed and will likely be ineffectual in moving the dial on the viewing and sharing of extremist content.
Toronto police ramp up street patrols after public safety threat
Police refuse to confirm media reports describing the potential threat as a “vehicle ramming attack” near the CN Tower.
Inside Europol's Online War Against ISIS
At the EU's law enforcement agency, a team of 30 spend their days trawling through gruesome videos, in a bid to have extremist propaganda taken offline.
The Real Problem with Having Soldiers On Britain's Streets
Away from the politics, there are some fairly serious practical concerns.
Republicans are coming for your browsing histories, not your guns
The Senate is considering legislation that would allow the FBI to access people's email metadata and browsing histories without a warrant.
Belgian police arrested 12 people in overnight counter-terrorism raids
The arrests come amid increased security alerts in Belgium and Europe after warnings that the 2016 Euro soccer tournament could be a potential target for extremists.
Bangladesh Arrests 3,000 in Sweep Targeting Islamist Militants Suspected in Murders
The crackdown comes after the Islamic State claimed responsibility for three brutal hacking murders targeting religious minorities last week.
Exclusive: UK Did Not Consult Any Muslim Organizations About Flagship Anti-Radicalization Website
A VICE News Freedom of Information request revealed the UK Department for Education consulted 29 organizations for its Educate Against Hate website — but not a single one was Muslim.
How Will the Brussels Attacks Change the 'Brexit' Debate?
Counter-terror is becoming a political football as Britain decides whether to stay in Europe.
A Federal Judge Just Launched the First De-Radicalization Program for Terrorism Suspects in the US
A US District Court judge contracted a German firm to conduct evaluations of four Minnesota residents who pleaded guilty to conspiracy to support the Islamic State.