This week on the show we’re saying goodbye to Motherboard’s longtime editor-in-chief, Jason Koebler.
LK-99 may revolutionize the way we use countless technologies. It might also be completely bogus.
For the worldwide Operation Trojan Shield, the FBI secretly ran an encrypted phone company. Now defense teams are demanding the FBI reveal which unnamed third country helped intercept messages of their clients.
The Fourth Amendment is Not for Sale Act passed the House Judiciary Committee, bringing it one step closer to becoming law. The bill was written in part in response to Motherboard’s reporting.
Operation Underground Railroad has a long history of making bold and unsubstantiated claims.
Roger Thomas Clark was Ross Ulbricht's confidant who convinced him to carry out an attempted murder-for-hire scheme.
“Do we have the ability to effectively detect this?” asks one email. “No.”
Inside ‘The Comm,’ a series of Discord servers where kids post about their life of crime.
Bloodied Macbooks and Stacks of Cash: Inside the Increasingly Violent Discord Servers Where Kids Flaunt Their Crimes
I spent weeks immersed in the world of the Comm, a nebulous community of young hackers, aggressive criminals, and people just hanging out on Discord.