U.S. Attorney McGregor W. Scott announced that a U.S. District Judge had sentenced a 44-year-old from California for selling AR-15-style “ghost” rifles to an undercover Homeland Security Investigations Special Agent through a darkweb marketplace.
In a press release for the Southern District of Illinois, the U.S. Attorney announced the arrest of a California woman who had allegedly operated a Dream marketplace vendor account.
According to the United States Attorney for the District of Connecticut, a federal grand jury returned an 11-count indictment against the alleged owner of the Dream vendor account “1NOLEFB1.”
Bavarian law enforcement arrested two suspected darkweb drug buyers in Middle Franconia for ordering two kilograms of amphetamine, 300 ecstasy pills, and for possessing cannabis plants. They are suspected of drug trafficking, according to a press release from Bavarian authorities.
According to documents unsealed in the U.S. District Court in New Hampshire, two individuals were arrested in connection with an investigation into the Dream market vendor “5thAvenue.” One of the two suspects has been extradited to Florida as the primary suspect and alleged owner of the account and the second suspect is in custody in New Hampshire pending trial.
The open-source end-to-end encrypted email service Tutanota successfully dropped Google’s push notification service in an effort to increase privacy and allow Android users to go Google-free and still have access to one of the best encrypted email services available.
In the Staufen abuse case that caught the public’s attention after the takedown of the darkweb chatroom Tabooless Chat and the darkweb child abuse forum Elysium, the court ruled that the Youth Welfare Office shared some of the blame due to a systematic failure to prevent the offender from living with his victim.
Olympus market, a darkweb marketplace destined to fail, has exit scammed, according to the owner of a darkweb forum who has been in touch with some of the market’s former staff members.
The Hessian Ministry of Justice and the Attorney General in Frankfurt held a joint press conference wherein they discussed an increase in cybercrime cases and the police’s lack of ability to infiltrate child pornography forums on the darkweb.