How Your Smartphone Light Sensor Could Help Websites Track You
A researcher details the theoretical privacy risks created by your smartphone light sensor.
Advertisers Might Already Be Using Your Phone’s Hardware to Track You
The unsettling future of ads is already here.
Uber's Drive-By Politics
The fights that Uber and Lyft wage in cities like Austin look like local politics, but their actions often put corporate interests above local ones.
In South Korea, Fingerprints Are Symbols of Protest
Though accelerated urban development has forced many out, artist Jazoo Yang has made her mark on their former homes.
VICE News Capsule - September 30, 2014
Mass graves found in eastern Ukraine, Venezuela launches fingerprinting in state supermarkets, a massive terrorism trial begins in Belgium, and more.
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Cops Can Take Your Stuff Without Convicting You of Anything
Since 2001, US police have seized $4.2 billion worth of goods from the public without so much as a trial.
Why Do Local Governments Want to Treat Ice Cream Men Like Criminals?
Thanks to American paranoia, many ice cream truck drivers are getting fingerprinted.