Estimates of loses exceed $54 million USD.
On Feb 13, 2014 by Aaron Sankin
Since the fall of Silk Road, there's been no rest on the Deep Web, but new marketplaces could signal a new era for cybercrime.
On Feb 7, 2014 by Carola Frediani
Crime, today, is less about busting kneecaps and more about phishing scams and email viruses.
On Feb 6, 2014 by Nicholas White
The alleged founder of the Web's biggest black market, Ross Ulbricht, faces decades in prison.
On Feb 4, 2014 by Patrick Howell O'Neill
Lead by Silk Road head honcho Dread Pirate Roberts, the book club read everything from anarcho-capitalist classics to The Color Purple.
On Jan 31, 2014 by Tim Sampson
Details came out in a money laundering indictment against Charlie Shrem.
On Jan 28, 2014 by Patrick Howell O'Neill
"I'm guilty," Steven Sadler, better known on the Deep Web as Nod, admitted in our first conversation, several weeks after he was let out on bond.
On Jan 22, 2014 by Patrick Howell O'Neill
Its alleged founder is in jail, and suppliers are making deals in court.
On Jan 3, 2014 by Tim Sampson
On Jan 2, 2014 by Patrick Howell O'Neill
The meteoric rise and ultimate fall of Silk Road cast a new light on the role of technology in the war on drugs.
On Jan 1, 2014 by Patrick Howell O'Neill
While documents are still unverified, two sources suggest the rumors of top-level arrests are true.
On Dec 20, 2013 by Patrick Howell O'Neill
An unusual transfer to Ross Ulbricht from a long-standing account raises more questions than it answers.
On Nov 24, 2013 by Miles Klee