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Yellen Defends Proposed Bank Reporting Requirements

Yellen Defends Proposed Bank Reporting Requirements

Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen defended the recently proposed regulations that require banks to report additional account information to the IRS.

USPS OIG Audited Cryptocurrency Use by Postal Inspectors

USPS OIG Audited Cryptocurrency Use by Postal Inspectors

An audit by the Office of Inspector General revealed that postal inspectors sufficiently manage cryptocurrency transactions but need more oversight.

WI Woman Sentenced for Trying to Hire a Hitman

WI Woman Sentenced for Trying to Hire a Hitman

A Wisconsin woman was sentenced to prison after she admitted that she tried to hire a hitman on a dark web murder-for-hire site.

PSA: White House Market is Retiring

PSA: White House Market is Retiring

White House Market is retiring, according to a signed message from the market's administrator.

Steroid Vendor “Phantomlabs” Sentenced to Three Years in Prison

Steroid Vendor “Phantomlabs” Sentenced to Three Years in Prison

The California resident behind the darkweb vendor account “Phantomlabs” will spend three years in prison for selling steroids.

First “EastSideHigh” Defendant Enters Guilty Plea

First “EastSideHigh” Defendant Enters Guilty Plea

A Brockton man pleaded guilty to selling MDMA, ketamine, and alprazolam through the darkweb vendor account “EastSideHigh.”

North Carolina Man Sentenced for Buying and Selling Oxycodone

North Carolina Man Sentenced for Buying and Selling Oxycodone

A North Carolina man is will be spending 26 months in prison following a conviction for purchasing oxycodone from a vendor on the darkweb.

Trio Avoids Prison in Darkweb Drug Distribution Case

Trio Avoids Prison in Darkweb Drug Distribution Case

Three Derby residents received suspended sentences after pleading guilty to selling drugs on the darkweb.