The VICE Guide to Right Now

No, China Hasn’t Hijacked Canadian Sea Sensors to Spy on US Subs

A report from the 'South China Morning Post' got the alt-right all bothered, but a fact-check shows otherwise.
Ian J. Keddie

A Mixup Let a Stranger Watch a Woman Through Her Security Cameras

Shelan Faith got a "terrifying" letter warning her that a stranger could see her, her child's room, and people ringing her doorbell through her home security cameras.
Jordan Pearson

I Was MI6's Top Spy Inside Al Qaeda

We met with Aimen Dean, who spent a decade making bombs for the jihadi group.
Andy Jones

The Best Part of 'The Americans' Is Its Brutally Strong Women

Elizabeth and Paige Jennings are archetypes of female resilience.
Kara Weisenstein
unexpected developments

Pablo Escobar's Brother Says He Met an FBI Agent Posing As Satoshi Nakamoto

Roberto Escobar launched “Dietbitcoin” and released a 280-page memoir.
Jordan Pearson
The VICE Morning Bulletin

The VICE Morning Bulletin

Tillerson out as secretary of state, House Republicans say no evidence of collusion, UK accuses Russia of attacking former spy, and more.
VICE Staff
canada eh?

Canadians Are Worried About NSA Spying But Don’t Understand How It Happens

Canucks need to know the risks.
Jordan Pearson
Top Secret Stuff

The Mysterious Radio Stations Broadcasting Secret Messages

"Numbers stations"—which you can tune into at home—are widely thought to be transmitting coded messages to spies around the world.
Bruno Bayley
Police Powers

UK Cops May Soon Be Able to Remotely Disable Phones Even if No Crime Has Been Committed

The power relates to phones suspected of being used for drug dealing, but in some cases, a phone can be disabled even if no offense has taken place.
Joseph Cox
Noisey News

Happy 420, Don’t Freak Out, Your Headphones Are Maybe Spying On You

A lawsuit filed in Chicago on Thursday alleges that Bose has been collecting data on its users and selling it off to third parties.
Alex Robert Ross
The VICE Guide to Right Now

The Guy Behind the Trump Dossier Is Going Back to His Day Job

Christopher Steele is coming out of hiding and returning to work at London's Orbis Business Intelligence, apparently.
River Donaghey
State of Surveillance

How an Illegal Canadian Spy Program Sailed Through Regulatory Checks

The system failed.
Jordan Pearson