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Russian Dark Web Drug Linked to Mass School Overdose

Dark web drug overdoses are still happening day in and day out. We are not even halfway through the first quarter of the year and the number of dark web related drug overdoses have started adding up. The latest addition and a much downhearted is the news of a mass drug overdose in a college in Australia which has left ... Read More »

Congress Renews FISA Section 702’s Warrantless Mass Surveillance

After passing a temporary extension in December, both the United States Senate and United States House of Representatives passed a six year reauthorization of a controversial section of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA). The section, Section 702, authorizes much of the warrantless global mass surveillance conducted by the United States intelligence community, which was exposed by whistleblower Edward Snowden. ... Read More »

Mass Fentanyl Shipments From China Delivered to Canada Through Dark Web Deals

This week, the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP), both the federal and the national police force of Canada, has launched 20 investigations into increasing delivery of illicit drugs such as fentanyl from China to Canada. Local news publications including CBCNews reported that the Canadian law enforcement has begun to actively investigate into overseas trading of fentanyl as opioid-related deaths hit ... Read More »

Austria One Step Closer to Mass Surveillance

Following the attack in Manchester, some political groups fought for complete government supervision over instant messaging. WhatsApp messenger especially. The Social Democratic Party of Austria and Austrian People’s Party pushed for increased government oversight far before the Manchester attacks. But the recent attacks add ammunition to their agendas. And now the country faces a true constitutional crisis—deliberating whether or not ... Read More »

Germany To Invest More In Mass Surveillance

The two major agencies in Germany, the Federal Intelligence Service (BND – Bundesnachrichtendienst in German) and the Federal Office for the Protection of the Constitution (BfV – Bundesamt für Verfassungsschutz in German) are asking for more funds from the government. If the budget plan is accepted for 2017, the BND will get a 12 percent raise (a maximum of 808 ... Read More »

German Minister Pushing for Facial Scanning at Mass Transit Terminals

Following two terrorist attacks in the country, Germany’s Interior Minister Thomas de Maiziere announced that he wants to introduce facial recognition software at train stations and airports throughout the country. Germany has been in a state of paranoia after two recent “acts of terror.” In one of the attacks, a teenage refugee from Pakistan attacked passengers on a train in ... Read More »

OnionDSL Sets Aim on Mass Surveillance

The UK is right around the corner from one of the biggest government surveillance power expansions since Snowden, and one network specialist isn’t going to let that stop him from bringing privacy to the people. Since the current UK Prime Minister, Theresa May championed the Investigatory Powers bill, or the Snooper’s Charter, a vast new legal army for mass surveillance ... Read More »

Russia to Enact Mass Internet Surveillance Laws

Companies that operate in Russia are soon to be required, by law, to go to new extremes that will invade the privacy of users. Those among the affected will be those who offer instant messaging, social networking, multiplayer games and any similar type of user interaction. This means all data and communication, including text, audio and video, will need to ... Read More »

Second Judge Suggests To Reject Evidence In FBI Mass Hack Case

Magistrate Judge Paul J Cleary is the second judge in the FBI mass hack case who just suggested throwing out the evidence obtained by a piece of malware that the federal agency had previously uploaded on the infiltrated PlayPen child porn site (as part of Operation Pacifier) back in February 2015. On April 25, the judge just recommended the evidence ... Read More »

Mass Acceptance of Bitcoin. How to Make Cryptocurrencies and Credit Cards Familiar with Each Other

Despite the growing number of crypo wallets and transactions, Bitcoin remains a niche product. To become a popular means of payment, it must be accepted by large trading networks and payment systems. Widespread use of Bitcoins depends on the ability of people to pay their bills and purchases in cryptocurrencies. This means that we need to combine Bitcoin and credit ... Read More »

Teen Sentenced After Using DNMs To Buy Weapons & Plot Mass Murder

Liam Lyburd, a British teenager living in his family house at Hamilton Place, Newcastle upon Tyne, has been sentenced for life for planning a massacre at his former Newcastle College. We have already written an article about Lyburd when he was caught by the police, however, his trial just ended and have resulted in a life sentence for the 19-year-old ... Read More »

Teenager Used DNMs For Buying Weapons And Ammo To Plot Mass Murder At His Former College

Liam Lyburd, a former college student of Newcastle College, has pleaded guilty to nine charges including the possession of a 9mm Luger Caliber Glock firearm, the manufacture of five pipe bombs and two other homemade explosives. Liam’s mother has showed the police his son’s stash where they have found the Glock gun, 94 jacketed hollow point expanding bullets, tear gas ... Read More »