Friday, November 7, 2014

BREAKING Huge Raid to Shut Down 400-Plus Dark Net Sites

Silk Road 2.0 and 400 other sites believed to be selling illegal items including drugs and weapons have been shut down, reports the BBC..

The sites operated on the Tor network - a part of the internet unreachable via traditional search engines.

The joint operation between 16 European countries and the US saw 17 arrests, including Blake Benthall who is said to be behind Silk Road 2.0.

1 comment:

  1. Appears to be having a chilling effect. Early Bitcoin ATM provider Robocoin has enraged 'the community' with this announcement "Robocoin Now Requires All ATM Operators to Collect Customer Information"