DEF CON 22 - Weaponizing Your Pets: The War Kitteh and the Denial of Service Dog
connellytat April 21,2015 This video was less of an investigation, and more of a presentation. The author appears to interview Adam Kokesh, who states something to the effect that the vendor rating system fixes the anonymity problem of the black market, allowing buyers to be able to rate/trust their sellers, which provides "perfect accountability." The next segment then tells about how a highly rated and trusted seller ripped off a large group of buyers. I had other issue's with Kokesh's statements, and think that the video author would have been better off putting someone more credible on camera.
dmoravalat April 22,2015 This black market is very huge. These people, criminals, are making a lot of money. This channel to sell things called Silk Road (behind law) is helping them to do it. Also, they are using this kind of money call BitCoins to make transactions. Therefore, Sellers fell that they are accountable, improve reputation, and even can share information for consumers. How to use drugs, share warnings, and so on.
kcn278at April 25,2015 Yea, back in high school around 2011 there were a few people you could tell that dealt drugs and fairly safe to say they obtained it through the black market and resold them for profit to the users at school. The suspected dealers or whom I suspected, always had loads of money buying brand new $250+ shoes on a weekly to monthly basis.
mariawhit8at April 29,2015 Wow...it's really strange how the guy they're interviewing makes a strong case for while silk road black market is a better place to buy drug then on the street. He's almost advocating to allow this black market to continue so people are allowed to do what they want with some accountability for their actions. However, that may be an argument for adults have the freedom of choice (although I fully disagree with permitting this). But what about children who don't have mature reasoning to prevent from entering this dark world??
marinomsat May 06,2015 I believe that both ways can be dangerous. While in person "around school" has its danger i do believe that through silk road it is worse. You do not know who you are meeting with and it could pose a huge threat i believe.