marinomsat May 04,2015 I found this to be really interesting. I knew this type of things exist but the ease to meet with an arms dealer and see the way of life was crazy. I believe this is way out of the control of the law and that even though the FBI attempts to shut it down it will always be able to be brought back up or be brought online again by another url.
hhammadiat May 05,2015 Video discusses how easy it is to get a weapon or any drug using the Deep Web systems. The video has raised an alarming questions are we safe or our upcoming generations safe? The video once again discussed the Deep Web and its aftermaths.
mjacobat May 06,2015 Interesting video. This video is not just about guns and drugs on the deep web or Darknet. It also describes several perspectives on anonymity.
tlawlessat June 07,2015 This video presents some interesting moral issues that are not exactly clear cut. While the darknet provides a clear path for individuals and organizations wishing for anonymous communication at what point does the infrastructure actually invade or enable the invasion of the liberties of the people? You can't argue that the services that tools like ToR offer aren't necessary for anonymous communication because of state sponsored surveillance programs. Those hosting ToR servers play a role in the criminal enterprises they allow to flourish...but how much of a role is not clear. Similarly manufacturers of weapons play a role in crimes that are committed with their weapons...and similarly it is not clear exactly where that line falls. I think the context in which these systems are created is important and currently allows for the unfettered rights that they enjoy today.
Emmereetat June 07,2015 Very interesting video and scary at the same time. It is so surprising to me to actually see in the video how easily people can sell and buy illegal guns and drugs online using Deep Web. This video also puts into perspective how cyberspace can be used both to keep someone's anonymity or steal it.