Il sequestro da parte delle autorità di oggetti acquistati casualmente da un software nel Deepweb risolleva questioni sulla libertà di espressione e sulla responsabilità giuridica di programmi progettati per decidere in modo autonomo.
Ross Ulbricht — the founder of Silk Road, a marketplace for buying illegal drugs — allegedly tried to take a hit out on one of the site’s users, according to a new criminal complaint. He allegedly offered 1,670 bitcoins (worth $150,000) for the job. Continua a leggere Alleged Founder Of Silk Road Accused Of Trying To Take A Hit Out On A User On The Site
Today’s arrest of Silk Road operator Ross Ulbricht, and the seizure of his $3.2 million stash of Bitcoins, has been a long time coming.
The feds have been investigating Silk Road — a major web site on the secret internet for criminals — and the Tor web network and browser you need to visit it, for years. The probe goes back to January 2011. Continua a leggere The Feds Have Been Investigating Silk Road All Summer: Here’s How They Took It Down
Ross William Ulbricht is extremely smart — let’s get that out of the way first. Continua a leggere Ross William Ulbricht AKA Dread Pirate Roberts
For the past two and a half years, the underground online marketplace Silk Road has been described as the eBay of illicit goods and services—an anonymous, electronic black market where one could find and easily purchase everything from black-tar heroin and cocaine to illegal firearms and contract killers. But yesterday, the site was shuttered in what could be the biggest Internet drug bust in history. Continua a leggere How the eBay of Illegal Drugs Came Undone