World's Largest Dark Web Marketplace Taken Offline, Operator Arrested
PC Magazine|February 2021
WHAT'S NEW NOW / DARK WEB
MATTHEW HUMPHRIES

The most notorious dark-web marketplace, Silk Road, was forcibly shut down in 2013. Now, an international operation has managed to take down what was the world’s largest active dark-web marketplace and arrested the individual who ran it.

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