Threatened by their dealers, women turn to the Internet for drugs
Buying drugs is inherently risky—but women face a whole other world of threats.
Where the FBI's top cybercrime agents go after quitting the force
Life beyond government can be lucrative.
Former Tor developer created malware for the FBI to hack Tor users
Operation Torpedo netted 19 convictions and counting and at least 25 de-anonymized individuals.
How the Internet's highest-profile prosecutor sits at the center of Turkish corruption
Preet Bharara has become a Turkish celebrity for pursuing what Turkey's government will not: justice.
OpenBazaar, Bitcoin's answer to Amazon and eBay, launches version 1.0
The official release marks the first time vendors will be able to use real money on transactions.
Ross Ulbricht’s life in prison after Silk Road
'It’s a weird feeling to have no control.'