rburkettat March 20,2016 When I think about the "hammer" argument that the Tor facilitator made, it also makes me think about live before the Internet. Phones, for example, were used by innocents and criminals alike. There was no separate phone line for criminals. The challenge is where the line is drawn between innocent and criminal behavior. The Internet makes learning so much faster - the saddest thing, though, is that it helps people like pedophiles learn new evil as well. I'm torn because I believe in the right to privacy, but I don't believe in the right to privacy for people who are knowingly breaking the law.
stadkalat April 21,2016 Very interesting video and scary at the same time. Today cyber world has given easy and very effective stealth to the criminals. Anyone can have anything with just few clicks. Dark web is having features like amazon to the things done. This video also puts into perspective how cyberspace can be used both to keep someone's anonymity or steal it.
danielm8at April 22,2016 This is the best video about the deep web! It goes in depth to talk about the services provided and they actually are able to locate someone selling guns to backend of the Tor network in Germany. If Germany did not have the internet rights that it does and monitors its internet, would Tor still be able to keep everyone anonymous?
pdonyinaat April 25,2016 Criminals have always done their best to use new technology to their advantage and the rapid development of new digital technologies and online markets has provided the criminal entrepreneur with as much opportunity for innovation as their legitimate counterpart
pdonyinaat April 25,2016 The government is cracking down on the illegal sale of guns on the dark net, but Vocativ found dozens still available today