Good Day World!
We live in the Age of the Internet.
It’s one of the biggest advancements/achievements in human history, allowing common people instant access to information that was once difficult to obtain.
The internet is the Mother of all Libraries. The source of answers for all things in our world. A source of entertainment without end. A way to stay connected with friends, family, and news.
Most people stay on the surface of the internet. But there are layers and dark places just beneath that surface that most of us use.
It’s estimated that 96% of the internet’s vast world wide web lies hidden to most users. Some call it the “Wild West” of the internet. A place where dark things thrive. Where sales of illegal drugs, guns and stolen credit cards are common.
Often called the “Dark Web” it’s populated with sites with names like Evolution, Agora and Nucleus, where criminals can buy and sell all manner of illegal goods and services. The sites can attract hundreds of thousands of users, and pull in millions in monthly sales.
So, what's the future of this dark industry?
“Analysts say it will only get darker—and bigger. Despite the government's best efforts to destroy this market, analysts say it remains to be seen what kind of long-term impact Uncle Sam is really having.” (Source)
How ironic that technology that provides such valuable information to mankind, has such a dark side. Much like man himself.
Heaven and hell. It’s the same old story.
Time for me to walk on down the road…