This Is the NSA’s 650-Page Guide to the Internet
‘Untangling the Web’ was a bizarre testament to the NSA’s understating of the how the internet worked.
The CIA’s Tweets About Tupac Are ‘Vital to the Legitimation of the Agency’
If you think of the CIA as a funny person posting cat memes, then you don’t think of them as a violent and extrajudicial nightmare organization with a long history of torture and death.
Snowden: Tech Workers Are Complicit in How Their Companies Hurt Society
"People who make spreadsheets, people who make weather apps, people who just wanted to create family tree websites, all of them are being bought out, are being subverted, are being corrupted."
The Asylum Seekers Who Sheltered Snowden Are Still Stuck in an Increasingly Violent Hong Kong
The group, collectively known as Snowden’s Guardian Angels, fears for their safety as protests erupt across the city.
The NSA Tried Tracking Bitcoin Users In 2013
Bitcoin was the spy agency's "#1 priority," Snowden documents published by The Intercept show.
Snowden’s Favorite Ad Blocker Can Now Automatically Detect New Tracking Scripts
Ghostery just escalated the ad blocking arms race.
Here Are the NSA’s Internal Grammar Advice Columns
The intelligence agency’s Grammar Geek explained things like the difference between “affect” and “effect.”
'Metadata Retention' Sounds Boring But Is Terrifying
Why being wary of Australia's metadata laws doesn't make you a conspiracy theorist.
The VICE Morning Bulletin
Comey firing sparks massive call for independent probe, Trump set to meet Russian foreign minister, US to arm Kurdish rebels fighting ISIS in Syria, and more.
The refugees who hid Snowden are fighting to stay in Canada
They took a risk in harboring America’s most wanted whistleblower. Now they’re seeking refugee status in Canada.
The Refugees Who Helped Snowden Escape Hong Kong Are Stuck in a Living Hell
The people who housed the NSA leaker say they're being targeted for helping him by the people and agencies supposed to be protecting them.