From Russia to Iran, the feds have charged Binance with allegedly conducting well over $1 billion in transactions with sanctioned countries and criminal actors.
Signal’s president reveals the cost of running the privacy-preserving platform—not just to drum up donations, but to call out the for-profit surveillance business models it competes against.
Netflix, Spotify, Twitter, PayPal, Slack. All down for millions of people. How a group of teen friends plunged into an underworld of cybercrime and broke the internet—then went to work for the FBI.
Russia’s most notorious military hackers successfully sabotaged Ukraine’s power grid for the third time last year. And in this case, the blackout coincided with a physical attack.
For the first time, guerrilla animal rights group Direct Action Everywhere reveals a guide to its investigative tactics and toolkit, from spy cams to night vision and drones.