Silk Road 2.0
Silk Road 2.0 Admin May Only Be Prosecuted For Tax Crimes After Cooperating with Feds
While others associated with Silk Road and Silk Road 2.0 didn't cooperate with authorities and have gotten serious jail time, Blake Benthall may get off without being prosecuted for drug crimes.
Silk Road 2 Founder Dread Pirate Roberts 2 Caught, Jailed for 5 Years
For years, the arrest and case has been kept under-wraps. Friday, a court sentenced Thomas White to 5 years and 4 months for his role in running a huge dark web drug marketplace.
Silk Road 2.0 Right-Hand Man Pleads Guilty
Brian Farrell was identified by Carnegie Mellon University's Software Engineering Institute's attack on the Tor network.
The Secret Life of a Silk Road 2.0 Mastermind
“At some point, you have to lie to someone. You have to deceive people.”
Why the CMU Tech Lab That Hacked Tor Is Government-Funded
Federally Funded Research and Development Centers (FFRDC) should come as no shock; they're everywhere.
Confirmed: Carnegie Mellon University Attacked Tor, Was Subpoenaed By Feds
A judge has ordered that no more details about the attack should be provided to the defense in an affected Silk Road 2.0 case.
Academics 'Livid,' 'Concerned' Over Allegations that CMU Helped FBI Attack Tor
Researchers say it will hurt further research on the dark web.
Court Docs Show a University Helped FBI Bust Silk Road 2, Child Porn Suspects
A 'university-based research institute' was crucial to the busts of a Silk Road 2.0 staffer and suspected child abuser.
Dark Web Drug Markets Are Desperately Clinging to the Silk Road Brand
Perhaps it's time to let Silk Road die.
Drug Dealers and Users Just Got Swindled Out of $12 Million by the Internet's Biggest Illegal Marketplace
An expert we spoke to believes the fallout from the Evolution scam could result in multiple people being killed.
The Future According to VICE
The Future of Drugs According to VICE
Until the planet explodes, melts, or drowns, humans will want to get high.
Tracking Cirrus: Is This the Silk Road 2.0 Mole?
The second iteration of Silk Road came crashing down just as dramatically as the first, thanks to a mole in the site's inner circle.