Abby Martin: Privacy, Control and the Darknet

Abby Martin: Privacy, Control and the Darknet

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Dandelion Salad

with Abby Martin

teleSUR English on May 5, 2017

Out of the periphery of most online users, there’s a vast, hidden space used by people who want to remain anonymous, which filmmaker Alex Winter explores in his documentary Deep Web. The film focuses on the Silk Road, a black market hosted on the Darknet using bitcoin cryptocurrency, and the trial of Ross Ulbricht, who was given a double life sentence without the possibility of parole for creating and hosting the site.

Abby Martin and Alex Winter discuss more about the Deep Web, the Drug War, and why encryption on things like signal still matter in light of the Wikileaks’ Vault 7 release.

from the archives:

Edward Snowden: Liberty VS Surveillance

Glenn Greenwald: Prosecuting Julian Assange and WikiLeaks Threatens Press Freedom for All

Julian Assange Press Conference and Q&A on Vault 7, Year Zero and the CIA

Aaron Swartz: Is it time for an Internet Bill of Rights? + The Best Way to Honor Aaron Swartz

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