new psychoactive substances
Almost six months after the Psychoactive Substances Act, drugs such as spice are advertised on dark web markets.
The stats are in about what the bill has achieved.
Scientists and policy experts have raised concerns about the UK government’s broad ban on “psychoactive substances.”
Activists opposed to the Psychoactive Substances Act have been encouraging people to call the police and ask them if what they're about to consume is illegal.
A study released this week found that young people in Ireland are big into "new psychoactive substances." So we tried to work out why.
As governments crack down on "new psychoactive substances," their presence on the dark web is inevitable.
The darknet's drug marketplace apparently wasn't big enough for the both of them.
Designer drugs are being tweaked, multiplied, and injected into the internet's one-stop pharmacies so furiously that authorities are scrambling to rejigger existing global drug laws that just can't keep up with today's synthetic speed. Here's what you...
Almost everything you'd ever want to know about the near past, present, and possible ecommerce futures of "new" and "legal" brain-blasting drugs.