428Mach1at July 20,2015 This video only goes to 1:16. I sense there there may more to the presentation. Anantaraut does have a point about who may be monitoring one`s use of Grams. I wonder if my ISP has any filtering turned on. This adds to my curiosity about where and how the "other half" does their shopping.....(;->
randerson0at July 21,2015 It's kind of scary that anyone can easy go search and buy illegal drugs or Social Security Numbers. Criminal will always find a way to sell their goods.
kkrishnaat July 22,2015 It's astonishing that someone can simply search for illegal guns or social security numbers and find vendors selling this stuff. It's pretty disturbing that someone can buy an assault weapon or take up a fraudulent identity by simply contacting one of these online vendors and forking over some cash
hhoang5at September 24,2015 The short demo video shows how easy it is for contrabands to be found online. There's something to think about in this videos: how will criminals leave any trail using this methods, and how can law enforcement trace the purchases?
sliu23at September 27,2015 The deep web based on the Onion Router could protect users’ privacy, which makes it become the hotbed of online crime. The search engine in this video presents us what the deep web could offer. These items, as we see in the video, sold in the black market are illegal; however, the deep web is filled with huge amount useful resource even for the government. Without any watch and control, the deep web is of course in the chaos. How to solve the dilemma, that keep users anonymous and regulate the deep web environment, is a tough issue. Neither the law nor the technique could make it alone.