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Deep Web – Silk Road/Ross Ulbricht Documentary (2015)

In Archive, Drugs, Internet, Silk Road, Ulbricht on June 11, 2015 at 12:41 AM



via EPIX:

Extending far beyond the confines of Google and Facebook, there is a vast section of the World Wide Web that is a hidden alternate internet. Appropriately named the Deep Web, this mysterious and complex cyberspace serves as an outlet for anonymous communication and was home to Silk Road, the online black market notorious for drug trafficking. The intricacies of this concealed cyber realm caught the attention of the general public with the October 2013 arrest of Ross William Ulbricht – the convicted 30-year-old entrepreneur accused to be ‘Dread Pirate Roberts,’ the online pseudonym of the Silk Road leader. Making its World Television Premiere this spring, Deep Web – an EPIX Original Documentary written, directed and produced by Alex Winter​ – seeks to unravel this tangled web of ​secrecy, ​accusations,​ and​ criminal activity, and explores how the outcome of Ulbricht’s trial will set a critical precedent for the future of technological freedom around the world.

Related Links:

The Rise & Fall of Silk Road (Part 1) (Part 2)

Court Docs Detail How FBI Located Silk Road Servers/Surveillance of Ross Ulbricht

Silk Road Creator Ross Ulbricht Sentenced to Life in Prison

Feds Shut Down Silk Road 2.0, Alleged Operator Blake Benthall aka Defcon Arrested, “Silk Road Reloaded” Appears Within Hours

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