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The Law Banning Congressional Insider Trading Isn’t Enough to Stop It
The law banning members of Congress from insider trading should be upgraded in light of the frantic stock trading on Capitol Hill during the coronavirus pandemic.
The Nightmare World of Gang Stalking
VICE met up with a few Americans who claim they're victims of "gang stalking"—an organized surveillance plot at the hands of the government, a secret society, or some other vague group.
Cyber Kill Lists
America builds a global surveillance machine, using data to ID and kill enemies.
Putin Trumps America
Russia vs NATO. Will a battle that started in cyberspace play out on the ground?
Hacking the US Election
We know Russia hacked the DNC. Ben Makuch finds the hackers who pulled it off.
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Immigrants' social media will be collected and kept forever by DHS
VICE News examines social media monitoring of immigrants after the DHS decision to use public data against them.
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Ai Weiwei Takes On Public Surveillance
We met up with artist and activist Ai Weiwei to explore his new, interactive exhibit using drones, cameras, and a live-stream to track visitors' every move—a dark look at the state of surveillance across the globe.
The First Talking, Artificially Intelligent Surveillance Camera
This DIY surveillance camera will scan your face, then speak aloud what it sees. We brought the tech into the streets.
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Surveillance City & The Forgotten War
Vice goes to Camden, New Jersey to see how the state is attempting to curb the spread of violence and drugs, then heads across the world to Darfur to investigate the genocide that's currently raging in the war torn country.
The Man Who Hunts Spy Satellites
Motherboard went to Paris to interview premier astrophotographer, Thierry Legault, about tracking spy satellites in the sky.