Shortly before the darknet drug site Atlantis shut down, one user talked about his aspirations as a dealer.
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The FBI has seized the domain of drug marketplace Silk Road and slapped its owner with a host of heavy charges.
A man in Berlin spent a year applying the tenets of open source software to his lifestyle. It was a bumpy 12 months.
The German government thinks it can tax and regulate Bitcoin. A crypto-economist in Berlin isn't so sure.
Europe’s disparate pirate political parties have gained a new ally in their quest to overhaul convention, promote digital awareness, and generally bring a bit more structure to its ranks.
Prosecutors are trying to convince Apple, Google, and Samsung to install "kill switches" that would render their products useless when stolen.
More and more, companies, credit bureaus, and cops around the world are vetting people via social media.
"Lethal autonomous robots," as they're known, are on their way whether we're ready for them or not.
Authorities think so, but some experts are skeptical.
We're getting closer to creating personalized weapons that respond only to the proper touch or signal.