Less than a fortnight since DarkMarket was taken offline, authorities seized laptops, phones, hard drives and bank cards from several Australian properties.
The New Zealander, operating under the username 'Kiwipedo', didn't know the sale was being arranged by police.
The dark web's largest illegal marketplace went offline last Monday. It was the start of a bad week for cybercriminals.
A 34-year-old Australian man accused of running DarkMarket was arrested in Germany.
Amid cut-throat competition in the education system and workforce, phenomena like ‘996 culture’ and ‘involution’ have come to dominate the public consciousness.
Campaigners say they have seen an increase in victims having their abuse packaged as "leaked" sex tapes.
Too many sexbots are marketed towards young, able-bodied men—at the expense of those who need them the most.
VICE News reveals how a team of volunteers – including self-proclaimed porn addicts – judge the site's content and decide at a glance whether women are over 18.
Following the announcement, Bitcoin prices rose to over $12,000.
Almost 12 months after the Australian Government banned visitors from climbing the rock, people were still taking "virtual walking tours" to the summit.
The announcement comes in response to a proposed law that would force tech companies to pay Australian media organisations for hosting their content.