Podcast: Cyberagenten undercover on the digital black market
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A good disclosure: the Dutch police is a month-long sneak owner of one of the largest digital black markets on the dark web, a part of the internet is only anonymous to use.
Through the site, Hansa, among others, were large quantities of drugs sold. The police have hundreds of Dutch addresses can collect who were involved in the trade. There is international cooperation to provide services abroad to provide information about the users of Hansa.
How has the police, this action can be run, and what are the consequences for the trust in the dark web?
Police was a month long owner of a large online market for illicit drugs
Tesla boss Elon Musk is optimistic: he wants a tunnel of hundreds of miles of digging between New York and Washington D. C. In that tunnel must be a Hyperloop, a high speed train in an evacuated tube, go for a drive.
Musk says ‘verbal permission’ for the project, but what does that mean? And how long will it still take such a Hyperloop tunnel really is?
Musk claims that ‘verbal permission’ for Hyperloop tunnel, USA
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