Making a Killing“A Government That Has Killed People for Less”: Pro-Saudi Social Media Swarms Leave Critics in Fear
Before he was murdered by Saudi Arabia, Jamal Khashoggi faced online harassment from influencers and bots. Their new targets are worried.
How to Defend Yourself Against the Powerful New NSO Spyware Attacks Discovered Around the World
Even iPhones were vulnerable to the surveillance software, which appears to have been used against activists, journalists, and others.
VoicesI Tried to Make Claims About Election Fraud So Preposterous Trump Fans Wouldn’t Believe Me. It Was Impossible.
I was acting as Trump and his minions do: free to say anything, no matter how ridiculous, with no basis in observable fact.
U.S. Military Bought Cameras in Violation of America’s Own China Sanctions
Purchased camera systems were supposedly made in the U.S. but actually originated from Chinese companies blacklisted for security reasons.
DOD IG Omitted Evidence of Alleged Corruption in JEDI Program, Documents Show
Emails reveal that the auditor shielded potentially compromising evidence from the public.