Neo-Nazis Are Gaming Twitter’s New Rules, Exactly Like People Warned
Twitter was warned its new privacy rules could easily be abused. Now the far-right is taking advantage of them against anti-fascists and journalists.
Selling Crypto Cocaine NFTs Got This Artist Kicked Off Social Media
Colombian artist Camilo Restrepo is selling “kilos of cocaine” as non-fungible tokens. This cocaine doesn't get you high, though.
A Proud Boys Lawyer Wanted to Be a Nazi Terrorist
But the Base, a terror group that has been the recent recipient of a lot of FBI attention, turned him down.
We Went Undercover in xHamster's Unpaid Content Moderation Team
VICE News reveals how a team of volunteers – including self-proclaimed porn addicts – judge the site's content and decide at a glance whether women are over 18.
How to Protest Without Sacrificing Your Digital Privacy
How to keep your digital devices and accounts safe when exercising your right to peaceably assemble.
Here's How Much Pornhub Knows About You
Advertisers can target your location, language, sexual preferences and the specific browser you're using.
These Are The Last Koalas Without Chlamydia
Kangaroo Island, off the coast of Southern Australia, may be the only place on Earth with a koala population free of chlamydia.
Big Tech Doesn't Want You to Be Able To Fix Your Things
The VICE Guide to Right Now goes inside the right to repair movement.
Waypoint Radio Wants a Better Kind of Dystopia
Starting with the eradication of any future Mario Maker video games.
Bernie Sanders Calls for a National Right-to-Repair Law for Farmers
Sanders becomes the third presidential candidate to say that farmers should have the ability to fix their own tractors.
Verizon, T-Mobile, Sprint, and AT&T Hit With Class Action Lawsuit Over Selling Customers’ Location Data
The lawsuits come after a Motherboard investigation showed AT&T, Sprint, and T-Mobile sold phone location data that ended up with bounty hunters, and The New York Times covered an instance of Verizon selling data.
Someone Is Hacking GitHub Repositories and Holding Code Ransom
Hackers are trying a novel approach to extort developers of some money.