[Contains explicit content] If money makes the world go around, then Bitcoin keeps The Dark Web spinning. But what it is and how does it work? How can you run a currency based on trust when everyone who uses it is anonymous?
Politics & Activism
[Contains explicit content] The Dark Web’s first success story was a drugs ‘eBay.’ Vendors sold narcotics and pharmaceuticals directly to each other freely and anonymously. Then the FBI shut it down and unmasked its owner, Ross Ulbricht. The sting operation was ridiculous.
[Contains explicit content] Most of us assume the online underworld is flooded by images of child sexual abuse. Yet due to the hazards of investigating the Dark Web, it is very difficult to find independent research. So just how much child porn is there on the Dark Web? And what are the police doing to …
[Contains explicit content] Hackers aren’t solitary loners. They’re organised, temporary teams who come together for a purpose to take down a multinational or expose security weakness.
[Contains explicit content] Is the problem with the Dark Web or is it us? If we think we can get away with something, it’s only human to be tempted isn’t it? So is our online behaviour that surprising, when our identities are hidden?
[Contains explicit content] Every crime story has an elusive big bad boss. So who is the Keyser Soze of the Dark Web?
[Contains explicit content] When the Munich shootings happened in 2016, Europe feared it was another extremist terror cell at work.
[Contains explicit content] It’s called the Dark Web, Dark Net or Deep Web but what is it? What makes this internet underground rife with drugs, sex, and crime possible? How do you even access the Dark Web?
Nicholas Witchell presents the BBC Radio 4 programme that marked the final farewell to a great statesman.
The Wicked Wit of Queen Elizabeth IIis a celebration of the Queen’s reign through some of her wittiest, most sarcastic and most humorous observations, revealing a fascinating side of her personality that often remains hidden from the public.