The Dark Net
Jamie Bartlett talked about his book, The Dark Net: Inside the Digital Underworld, about the digital underworld where websites like Silk Road and the Assassination Market operate and Bitcoin is the required currency. In his book, he says that in this hidden cyberworld illegal arms dealers, political extremists, assassins, pornographers, trolls, and hackers operate with impunity. Mr. Bartlett was interviewed by Adrian Chen, former staff writer at Gawker. close
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Jamie Bartlett Director Demos->Centre for the Analysis of Social Media
Adrian Chen Contributing Editor The New Inquiry
Dennis Loy Johnson Co-Founder and Co-Publisher Melville House Publishing
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