Enter 'The Glass Room,' Where Privacy Goes To Die
A new temporary exhibition in New York City offers an up-close look at the tools of the surveillance state—and how to fight them.
Secret Trade Proposal Would Give Facebook Free Reign to Censor by Algorithm
Leaked documents show TiSA would let companies escape legal liability when removing content—whether by human or algorithm.
Hackers Are Giving San Franciscans Free Subway Rides for Thanksgiving Weekend
SF’s Muni is free this weekend after computer screens started displaying “You Hacked”
Signal Downloads Spiked After Election Results
It’s privacy’s nightmare scenario, and rattled Americans are taking refuge in the popular encrypted messaging app.
How to Get Zcash, Bitcoin’s Anonymous Baby Cousin
The most promising cryptocurrency since bitcoin is ready to be mined—if you dare.
Twitter Account Shows Mirai Botnets Using Your Security Camera In Cyber Turf War
Huge armies of infected devices are attacking everyone. Even each other.
Find Out If One of Your Devices Helped Break the Internet
If you own Internet of Things devices, it’s time to lock it down.
Hacker Releases Code That Powered Record-Breaking Botnet Attack
The Internet of Things-infecting malware that launched a historic DDoS attack is now free for anyone to use.
‘Shadow Brokers’ Whine That Nobody Is Buying Their Hacked NSA Files
The mysterious hacking group is lashing out at people for not bidding on their stolen malware tools.
Tor Users Might Soon Have a Way to Avoid Those Annoying CAPTCHAs
After complaints from privacy activists, CloudFlare seems to be making amends.
Neural Networks Are Alarmingly Good at Identifying Blurred Faces
Thanks to AI, it’s getting much harder to hide your face from machines.
Changing Passwords After a Breach Is Still Way Too Hard
More people would use unique passwords if sites would play nice with password managers.