privacy

Facebook

Question of the Day: What's the Worst Thing We'd Find in Your Facebook Messages?

"Probably the naughty messages from university time."
Charlie Cottrell
12.20.18
The VICE Guide to Right Now

We Have All Been the Ottawa Senators Shit Talking Their Boss in an Uber

Let thou who has never shit talked anyone in an Uber cast the first stone.
Mack Lamoureux
11.6.18
tech

Your Phone Is Listening and it's Not Paranoia

Here's how I got to bottom of the ads-coinciding-with-conversations mystery.
Sam Nichols
6.4.18
Australia Today

PornHub Now Accepts Cryptocurrency

"The future has cum," the world's largest porn site said.
Millie Roberts
4.18.18
Television

Private Memories Don't Exist in This New 'Black Mirror' Teaser

The "Crocodile" trailer is the latest look at what horrors are to come in the upcoming fourth season.
VICE Staff
11.27.17
News

Phone Searches at the US Border Might Be New Normal, Canadian Official Warns

The privacy commissioner says you should be “very concerned.”
Allison Tierney
9.19.17
News

Canadian Banned from US After Doctor Email Revealed Fentanyl Overdose

US border officials searched her phone, finding a story about how she almost died after ingesting fentanyl she thought was cocaine.
Allison Tierney
8.15.17
Internet Hygiene

When You Inevitably Get Hacked, Blame Public Wifi

If you must use it, here’s how to stay safe.
Katherine Gillespie
7.5.17
the internet

How Theresa May's Fight Against Extremism Is Screwing with Online Privacy

The Prime Minister is mad at terrorism, but also wants, for some reason, to look at your WhatsApp group chat.
Joe Bish
6.25.17
Motherboard

Untold Numbers of Canadians Are Streaming Live Online Without Their Knowledge

Daycares, churches, cops—it’s all streaming live.
Jordan Pearson
5.4.17
VICE News

Ottawa Drafted Plans to Allow Warrantless Access of Your Data While Still ‘Consulting’ the Public

Documents obtained by VICE News show the government wanted to restart a program that had been declared unconstitutional by the Supreme Court, and kept secret a report about their plans,
Justin Ling
3.25.17
VICE News

Canada's Spy Agency Was Watching Standing Rock

CSIS believes the protests in North Dakota and cases of pipeline sabotage have implications for Canada.
Hilary Beaumont
3.15.17
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