More news regarding the recent flurry of activity by the FBI against the illict market-place's that exist on the "Dark Web".http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/technology-40788266
Trade on several of the dark web's illegal markets has boomed since two major players were shut by the authorities last month, according to research carried out for the BBC.
The US and Dutch authorities forced AlphaBay and Hansa offline to prevent the sale of drugs, weapons and malware. But over the last week of July, other sites saw their number of listings rise by as much as 28%, the study indicates.
Europol and the FBI have promised "hundreds" of follow-up investigations off the back of their initial takedowns.
I dont see anyone having an issue with this sort of FBI activity, what many ask is just why it's taken them so long to act, and on the other turn of the coin some dark web customers say this route allows them a quality src of merchandise not available locally, A valid complaint but hardly one the general public have any concerns over, illicit guns, drugs and child porn are a commodity to some it seems but a plague to the rest of us.