Why You Should Make a 'Digital Will'

We spoke to psychologist Elaine Kasket about her new book that looks at what happens to our data when we die.
Emily Reynolds
data privacy

Health Apps Can Share Your Data Everywhere, New Study Shows

A study tested two dozen medicine apps to find out how and where they're sharing your personal data.
Samantha Cole
The VICE Guide to Right Now

A Data Breach in Singapore Leaked the Details of 14,200 People With HIV

It's thought that the man behind the leak is a HIV-positive American whose ex-partner was a senior Singaporean doctor.
Gavin Butler
The VICE Guide to Right Now

Some Masochist Watched 'Pirates of the Caribbean' on Netflix 365 Days Straight

Just one of several weird revelations buried in the streaming service's year-end report.
Drew Schwartz

DATA Was the King of Belgrade’s 80s Minimal Electro Scene

A new compilation casts more light on these early pioneers of synth music in the former Yugoslavia.
Tim Scott

I Got Tracked by Ai Weiwei's Drones and Here's What Happened

Ai, Jacques Herzog, and Pierre de Meuron staged a creepily prescient installation at the Park Avenue Armory.
Kara Weisenstein

This Personality Quiz Will Figure Out Your Shape

A Timothy Leary-inspired online quiz generates an entire exhibition for artists Kayla Mattes and Justin Seibert.
Andrew Salomone
Video Games

Colourful Map Charts Video Game Popularity Worldwide

The real question is, can a search engine result show us deeper connections to want fans want from games globally?
Giaco Furino
japanese art

Now You Can Download 2,500 Japanese Woodblock Prints from the Library of Congress

The Library of Congress’s expansive digitization efforts makes more art available to a larger public.
Diana Shi
The VICE Guide to Right Now

Minorities Are Still More Likely to Be Stopped by the NYPD

A new report found the city's stop-and-frisk rate has plummeted—but affects more people of color than whites.
Drew Schwartz
digital art

Joy Division Tees Meet a Xerox Machine From Hell in denial.of.service’s Latest Video

Onryō features scan lines, bodily figures, and what its creator calls “excruciating rotoscoping.”
Emerson Rosenthal
light art

This Gorgeous Light Installation Replicates Waves Breaking on Dry Land

Chinese artist Jiayu Liu’s new installation ‘Ocean Wave’ is a gigantic data visualization of waves crashing on the shore.
DJ Pangburn