Motherboard is publishing parts of the code for the Anom encrypted messaging app, which was secretly managed by the FBI in order to monitor organized crime on a global scale.
The company will allow high-risk users to turn off certain features that make them more vulnerable to spyware such as that made by NSO Group.
The sample files contain a trove of crime reports, including cases of looting, fraud, and “illegal” handjobs.
Motherboard asked some of the biggest tech companies on the planet if they'll provide law enforcement with user data related to abortions. None of them answered the question.
Would-be protesters saw their health codes turn red and were forced into quarantine.
The spy's bizarre and bizarrely elaborate fake life story somehow helped him land a prestigious posting.
The Health and Location Data Protection Act comes after Motherboard reported that brokers were selling location data on people visiting abortion clinics. The bill would give the FTC and individual people power to curb some of the worst abuses of such data
The exposure is notable in that images clearly show children and other photos contain items related to infants.
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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.”
Privacy researchers have found that it’s possible to find out the precise location of Yik Yak posts, potentially exposing users to doxing or stalking.
“Autonomous vehicles are recording their surroundings continuously and have the potential to help with investigative leads,” an internal training document states.