“Anonymous” Donations: A Comparison

A friend of mine suggested today that I compare platforms through which you could anonymously make donations to your favorite darknet sites (if not legal ones, at least ones that aren’t hurting children). As you may or may not know, all bitcoin transactions are publicly visible on the blockchain, and can be visualized on sites […]

Refresher: Still No Deep Web Levels

Those of you who read this blog regularly are probably familiar with the concept of the “deep web levels,” which I’ve said don’t exist – on more than one occasion. Someone asked me about it today, however, so here’s your “deep web primer.” The person who created the infamous deep web levels picture was just […]

Let’s Make a Creepy Dark Web Chat Bot Pt. 2

So, my last chatbot post got me thinking – how would we go about this? What should our “dark web chatbot” say and look like? In terms of its GUI, I like the look of Norman, the psychopath AI: I’ve actually been checking out Norman’s site a bit, and it’s interesting to see the psychological […]

Re: One of My Earliest Posts

Around the time that I first started this blog, I had written a post called “Dark Web: What Are Candydolls?” I’ve since taken it down, though. What happened was that someone contacted me via Facebook Messenger and said something to the effect of, “Children must be protected. Why are you promoting this? Please take it […]