“My fellow survivors and I were betrayed by every institution that was supposed to protect us,” said Olympic gold medalist McKayla Maroney.
A U.S. authored document obtained by Motherboard says that the unnamed country that was vital to the FBI being able to read messages from its honeypot phone company Anom was a “European Union member country.”
RaidForums started as a very low-level dumping ground for hackers. Over the years it morphed into the nexus for plenty of high profile breaches.
Aurangzeb Ayub is accused of selling encrypted phones for Anom, the FBI's honeypot encrypted phone company.
The recent wave of bomb threats are a stark reminder that race will be a major factor in how the world sees the student—regardless of where they are.
Motherboard has obtained files showing that Anom shipped more devices into the United States than previously understood.
Documents reviewed by Motherboard, including thousands of pages of Anom messages, show that the FBI's backdoored Anom phones collected more data than the content of messages.
Emma Coronel Aispuro, El Chapo’s current wife, was just sentenced to three years in a U.S. prison—more than a decade less than she could have received.
A court in Finland ruled that the messages could not be used as evidence against two particular suspects. But the ruling could have a knock-on effect with other cases.
Migrant laborers were allegedly forced to dig onions with their bare hands for pennies per bucket as supervisors threatened them with a gun.
The Department of Justice says Jean-François Eap is a drug boss. He says he just sold privacy-focused phones.
Tina Peters is accused of leaking sensitive election information to Watkins, who then shared it at a QAnon conference.