ProtonMail's Updated Transparency Report Changes Nothing

ProtonMail's Updated Transparency Report Changes Nothing

ProtonMail, “the world’s largest secure email provider,” recently updated their transparency report to include some of the latest requests for information from law enforcement across the world. The company also added a statement about complying with court orders prior to officially receiving said orders. This concerned some members of privacy communities on Reddit.

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Counterfeit Oxycodone Vendor "OxyGod" Sentenced to 17 Years in Prison

Counterfeit Oxycodone Vendor "OxyGod" Sentenced to 17 Years in Prison

A 22-year-old Santa Ana man was sentenced to more than 17 years in federal prison for selling counterfeit oxycodone pills on the darkweb under the username “OxyGod” as well as money laundering and being a felon in possession of a firearm. The defendant and two co-conspirators ran a massive drug distribution operation out of an apartment in Newport Beach, California, prosecutors said.

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Here are the Top Markets Based on Search Results

Here are the Top Markets Based on Search Results

Although many readers–perhaps the majority of them–visit this site directly, some of them find the site through search engines. A staggering number of users find Darknetlive through relevant Google searches. The searches reveal interesting patterns in the behavior of darkweb users. For instance, even though Nightmare Market exit scammed a month ago, there are more searches for the market than for any other market within the last 28 days.

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White House Targets Cryptocurrencies and Darkweb Markets in Fentanyl Advisory

White House Targets Cryptocurrencies and Darkweb Markets in Fentanyl Advisory

The White House announced actions to crack down on fentanyl trafficking in the United States through recent private-sector advisories addressed to domestic and foreign businesses in the private sector. The announcement and advisories specifically highlight the role played by both darkweb marketplaces and cryptocurrencies in the international opioid trafficking arena.

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NY Woman Admits Hiring a Hitman on the Darkweb to Cripple Her Ex-Boyfriend

NY Woman Admits Hiring a Hitman on the Darkweb to Cripple Her Ex-Boyfriend

Yanyan Lesser pleaded guilty in a New York federal court to attempting to hire a hitman over the darkweb to put her ex-boyfriend in a wheelchair. According to information revealed in court, Lesser had paid the fake “murder-for-hire” site $7,000 in Bitcoin before Homeland Security Investigations Received a tip and launched an investigation into the Lesser.

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