Documentary: Buying guns and drugs on the deep web
Posted on 25 November 2013.
Motherboard used the deep web to find out just how easy it was to buy guns, drugs, and other contraband online.

VICE Germany editor Tom Littlewood talks with cryptology specialist Karsten Nohl, torservers.net founder Moritz Bartl, and Ehsan Norouzi, an Iranian journalist who helps activists communicate safety, on the positive and negative aspects of a virtual space. He also speaks to a German weapons dealer about sales and distribution, and about how easy and reliable the system even is.






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