Dark net sites hide a user's identity by routing their traffic through a series of computers. They have been associated with illegal activity so many of them are being shut down in a global raid.
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Microsoft Q4 FY2016 results: cloud up, Surface up, phone down
Insider build 14393.3 for PC and Mobile released to Fast ring
Expanding mobile photography with Aukey's wide-angle lenses
Microsoft isn't saying how many phones it sold last quarter
Xbox Live users up 33%, but Xbox hardware revenue down 33%
Huawei's MateBook goes toe-to-toe with Surface
Samsung, the market leader in Android-based mobile phones, is branching out into the pharmaceutical market by investing over $2 billion (with a B) into drugs that are no longer patented.
In what may be the first case of its kind, federal authorities have seized Bitcoins, the all-digital currency, from a South Carolina man for breaching the Controlled Substances Act in the USA.
A new study from Columbia University claims that teenagers who use social networking sites like Facebook are more likely to use drugs, smoke or drink.
It's finally happened. Not only can you have a "Second Life" on the internet, you can now get virtually high. Virtual world Red Light Center has started selling virtual drugs in its online nightclubs, hotels,...