The Onion’s Brutal Israel Commentary Goes Beyond Satire
The country's leading humor publication has taken a stance on the Israel-Palestine conflict in a way that most "real" newspapers haven't.
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How Scared Should Americans Be of the NSA?
Most of the time, I don't give a shit that the government is spying on me. Turns out, I probably should.
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'The Intercept' Just Published Secret Documents About Obama's Drone Wars
The online magazine dropped an eight-part series based on information provided by an anonymous whistleblower.
The Protest Over an Award Given to 'Charlie Hebdo' Shows the Line Between Defending and Celebrating
PEN American Center pissed off some of its own members by bestowing an award to the famously irreverent French magazine, and the resulting debate led to Salman Rushdie calling six authors "pussies."
Is Changing Your Teacher's Desktop Wallpaper Really a Felony?
An attorney at the advocacy group Electronic Frontier Foundation calls the case against 14-year-old Florida boy Domanik Green "crazy."
We Learned Very Little about Canada’s Cybersurveillance Agency, CSEC, in 2014
Except for a new report, which shows they joke about monitoring hockey fans.
Homegrown Terror in Canada Is Nothing New
Following the brazen attack on two soldiers in Quebec on Monday, and the murder of a soldier at Parliament Hill on Wednesday, the international reaction was disbelief. To anyone following national security in this country, these attacks are no surprise.
Chatting with the Artist Who Turned Edward Snowden into a Mobile Sculpture
Jim Dessicino caused a minor media stir when he put the statue of the world's most famous whistleblower up in New York's Union Square.
Wikileaks Might Cause a Shitstorm This Week
Yesterday, Glenn Greenwald and The Intercept revealed the names of four out of five countries that the NSA is collecting the phone calls of using a program called MYSTIC. Now, Wikileaks is threatening to release the name of the fifth country in...
Congressman Peter King Should Shut Up About Edward Snowden and the Pulitzer
One of the angriest blowhards in the House of Representatives is at it again.
Canada's Spies Are Out of Control
News broke recently that CSEC, Canada's NSA, was testing out a spying program on thousands of travellers in a major Canadian airport in 2012. Now the British Columbia Civil Liberties Association and digital rights group OpenMedia are suing CSEC for...
On this episode of VICE Meets we travel to Glenn Greenwald's home in Rio de Janeiro in an attempt to get to know the man who broke the biggest news story of 2013.