Neo-Nazi Terror Group Posted Propaganda to Google Maps
Motherboard found traces of The Base and its propaganda, sitting unnoticed for months, on Google Maps.
Neo-Nazi Terror Group Leader Calls FBI Arrests 'Witch Hunt'
Eight members were arrested and charged with serious crimes, but The Base leader is not backing down.
We Talked to Experts About Iran's Cyberwar Capabilities
Iran lacks the overall cyber capabilities of Russia, China, or the U.S., but its hackers can still do damage.
An Infamous Neo-Nazi Forum Just Got Doxxed
A cache of data exposes the logins, emails, and IP addresses of users on IronMarch, a defunct neo-Nazi forum considered the birthplace of several militant organizations.
Ghislaine Maxwell Was a Guest at Jeff Bezos’s Secret Book Retreat
Motherboard has learned Jeffrey Epstein's alleged fixer attended the Amazon CEO's exclusive book retreat 'Campfire' last year.
Uber and Lyft Are Having a Terrible, Awful, No-Good Time
Rideshares were once the darlings of Wall Street, but now they’re being exposed.
Neo-Nazis Are Glorifying Osama Bin Laden
A new wave of neo-Nazi propaganda glorifies and pulls from ISIS and al Qaeda, illustrating how the terror groups have some shared priorities.
We Asked Def Con Attendees Why People Are Still Getting Hacked
The cybersecurity industry is worth billions of dollars, and tens of thousands of people attend Black Hat and Def Con every year. So, are we getting any safer?
ISIS Is Using Internet Propaganda to Maintain a 'Virtual Caliphate', UN Report Says
The report, which argues the internet still gives the terror group global reach, urges nations to spy on the dark web.
FBI Says QAnon, Internet Conspiracy Theorists Are National Security Threats
QAnon and Pizzagate have the attention of the feds.
The Nazi-Free Alternative to Twitter Is Now Home to the Biggest Far Right Social Network
Gab, which has been used frequently by neo-Nazi terror groups to organize and recruit, is now the biggest node on the Mastodon network.
Trump Invites Fringe Social Media Company Popular With Nazis to the White House
Minds.com was invited to a social media summit (featuring several far-right figures), but not Facebook and Twitter.