Antivirus Companies Now Flag Malware China Installs on Tourists’ Phones
After a collaborative investigation found Chinese authorities were planting malware on the phones of travellers, Symantec, Malwarebytes and other cybersecurity firms have updated their products.
China Is Forcing Tourists to Install Text-Stealing Malware at its Border
The malware downloads a tourist’s text messages, calendar entries, and phone logs, as well as scans the device for over 70,000 different files.
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I Got Banned From the U.S. When Airport Security Found My Coke Texts
I was immediately sent back to the U.K. when immigration officials said they’d found a reference to cocaine on my phone.
Brujeria's Gory Deathgrind Debut Inspired a Generation of Latinx Metalheads
25 years later, Latinx band members past and present look back on 'Matando Güeros,' the group’s unflinching 1993 Satanic narco-grind LP.
Angela Merkel could soon be brought down — by her own coalition
The head of her junior coalition partner has threatened to resign over the immigration deal she cut at the EU summit
Microsoft, an ICE Tech Partner, 'Dismayed' by Child Separation Policy
After Twitter users pointed out Microsoft’s relationship with ICE, the tech giant is publicly distancing itself from the agency's parent-child separations.
America Wasted $160 Million Trying to Get Afghanistan to Use E-Payments
Will that be cash, charge, or bribe?
Design Students Find Real-World Applications at Central Saint Martins
At Degree Show Two, it’s become fashionable to understand each another.
Why Do We Have Borders, Anyway?
Trump's travel ban and the humanitarian crisis in the Middle East raise the question of whether it makes sense to divide the world into neat little packages in the first place.
What happens to migrants when the U.S. closes its borders
16,000 Haitians arrived to the Mexico-U.S. border seeking asylum over the past year.
Bipartisan Bill Would Require Border Patrol to Get a Warrant to Search Your Phone
The Protecting Data at the Border Act would let you refuse to hand over your electronics at the border.
How Trump’s New Border Policies Will Hurt the American Metal Scene
KEN Mode's Jesse Matthewson discusses how to cross international borders, metal masculinity, and being a "blue state" band.