Online drug sales with bitcoins are thriving on the dark Web, according to a survey of people by the Global Drug Survey.
The story of a 31-year-old "digital kingpin," as prosecutors described him, is the subject of multiple book and movie projects.
Silk Road founder Ross Ulbricht, 31, is expected to be sentenced to life in prison when he appears in court May 29.
Ross Ulbricht is likely to be sentenced to at least 30 years in prison on May 15.
A DEA agent and Secret Service agent texted each other about the value of stolen bitcoin, according to an indictment.
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Ross Ulbricht, who used the screen alias Dread Pirate Roberts, has been found guilty of operating the online drug marketplace.
Several jurors struggled to stay awake during closing arguments Tuesday.
Ulbricht's defense team stunned the court last week by suggesting someone else might have been behind the Silk Road.
Ross Ulbricht, co-founder of the online drug bazaar Silk Road, denies that he is the infamous “Dread Pirate Roberts.”
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A new study has determined that four-fifths of the traffic on Tor hidden services goes toward pedophilia-related websites.
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Blake Benthall allegedly operated Silk Road 2.0, a website that sold drugs, false passports and other contraband.
For buying and selling illicit goods online, the shadowy Agora market picks up where Silk Road left off.