The Paedophile’s Handbook may not be on top of your TO VIEW list of links. But that is what you can find when you dig deeper, as this 8-minute video describes:
In fact, the deeper you dig, as Wikipedia describes here, the more you discover pure crimes:
- killers to hire
- drugs and arms
- access to porn that includes children with ‘hidden wikis’ for discussions and chats…
The key is a browser called TOR (The Onion Router) that allows you to surf the web without leaving your IP address as a digital footprint: being non-traceable is obviously an advantage when you pursue criminal activities.
The Deep Web is characterised by
- websites not being INDEXED or CATALOGUED by any search engine.
This video describes 10 disturbing facts about the deep web, e.g.
- 80% of its budget come from the US government, the rest from the Swedish government and other groups
- www.bitcoin.com is its dominant currency.
Inside the underweb: home to stolen credit cards, paedophiles, hitmen, drug dealers – and free speech is a good article about this dark side of the web.
The BBC reports: Dark net ‘used by tens of thousands of paedophiles’ – 20% from the UK – as “producers of content”, meaning child abusers who post pictures of that abuse on the site…
The Independent publishes: The Tor system – Welcome to the dark internet where you can search in secret.
And the Ministry of Justice claims to seek views on support for male sexual abuse survivors…
The battle between good and evil, moral and immoral, ethical and criminal is reflected on the web:
- searchable and traceable or not
- indexed and transparent or not
- Google, Firefox and other browsers or Tor for anonymous browsing…
May your conscience remain active and pure while surfing the web and leaving your digital footprints!
- Are we doing enough to prevent abuse happening?
- Do we know enough about how and why it happens and what works in other places?
- And are we doing enough with the perpetrators to bring justice and support to the victims?