A letter obtained by Motherboard discusses internet browsing, location, and other forms of data.
A WhatsApp tracking site marketed to catching suspected cheating spouses blames WhatsApp for facilitating the service with its always-on online status feature.
The state audit of Banjo came after investigations by Motherboard and OneZero.
A hacked customer list shows that facial recognition company Verkada is deployed in tens of thousands of schools, bars, stores, jails, and other businesses around the country.
Hundreds of pages of emails obtained by Motherboard show how little-known company Flock has expanded from surveilling individual neighborhoods into a network of smart cameras that spans the United States.
The over 200-year-old Pinkerton security agency, synonymous with anti-labor activities, is still spying on workers in 2020.
“Any sound in the room can be recovered from the room with no requirement to hack anything and no device in the room.”
Thirty-five members of Congress signed the strongly worded letter sent to the heads of the FBI, DEA, CBP, and National Guard Bureau.
A trove of previously buried documents tells the story of how anti-LGBTQ surveillance targeted queer people in the United States—and how those people pushed back.
Motherboard found various military and federal law enforcement agencies have bought the Crossbow, which appears to target phones on 4G.