Following the ISIS terror attacks in Paris, France is reportedly considering two pieces of legislation that would firstly
An illicit trading site known as the “top drug market” on the dark web has been taken offline — along with millions of dollars
More must be done to tackle online crime, and Facebook should cooperate. But expectations of pre-emptive screening of social media content to detect threats are fantasy. Suggestions of wide-scale, pre-emptive internet surveillance probably aren't nefarious, 'Orwellian' attempts to watch our every move; but they do misunderstand what's really possible when dealing with the internet.
Facebook, as of today, will now work over the 'deep web' Tor network, allowing those that use the anonymity-focused service
Thousands of paedophiles are using the notorious 'dark web' to access and trade images of sexual abuse, according to a report
Our social networks have become part of all walks of our life. LinkedIn was once your 'go-to' site for connecting with colleagues, but now the paths of our digital personas cross over, making Instagram and Facebook as important as WhatsApp, Snapchat and Twitter.
Follow the money; an old investigative adage that says the money trail will ultimately lead to those at the heart of a crime. However, does this hold for all crimes? Particularly those online or those possessed of an extremely skewed value system.
The seizure of the illicit 'dark web' trading website The Silk Road and the arrest of its alleged operator last week was
An online black market which freely offered drugs, hacking tools, stolen credit cards and hitmen for sale has been shut down
Though the illicit wildlife trade is nowhere near as large and lucrative as drugs or arms, it is there: The fact that people don't feel the need to resort as much to the Dark Web to sell ivory suggests that too many loopholes in the law around wildlife trade are allowing people to disguise illegal products as though they are perfectly legal.