We Asked People About the K-Holes That Changed Their Lives
"Crazy that it took a K-hole for me to see how important love was."
Pizza Hut Will Pay a Sports Fan £40k to Wander Around Eating Pizza
The chain is also hoping to use temporary tattoos to sell pizza to Millennials.
The New NSA Reform Bill Would Give the Government Even More Power to Spy on Your Smartphone
On Wednesday, the US House of Representatives passed a bill to rein in the NSA's dragnet phone surveillance programs. But as the debate moves to the Senate, it's not clear whether we're debating a phone dragnet or an internet one.
Why Is a Giant Rainbow Horseman Invading Montreal?
In order to explore issues surrounding surveillance, artist David Spriggs has individually-painted and layered film strips to create the thermal image of a man riding on horseback.
This Shanghai Rainbow Is Made from Suspended Strings
PRISM DESIGN and Office339 collaborated to create "Artificial Nature," a beacon of string and color at the Shanghai World Financial Center.
The Future of Journalism in an Age of Government Surveillance
How our governments are waging a war on whistleblowers.
NSA Haiku Generator Creates Poems Out Of Verboten Words
Federal Bureau/Becker Islamist veggie/Spetznaz Port Scammers is one of many haikus that could land you on their radar.
The NSA's Spying On American Allies Is Just Business As Usual
But that doesn't mean anyone's going to let them get away with it.
Gun Nuts, Weed Advocates and Muslims Are Ganging Up to Sue the NSA
Environmentalists, libertarians and human rights workers think the agency violated the US Constitution, too.
Dodge the NSA with This Fancy Encrypted Messaging Service
We spoke to Peter Sunde about how his new service works.
This Is a Defining Year for WikiLeaks
How will WikiLeaks' role change in the years to come?
How to Solve the NSA Scandal: Let Us All See the Secret Files
If Obama put PRISM on BitTorrent everyone would quickly forget about it.