German police shut down major darknet illegal trading site ’Wall Street Market’

German police shut down major darknet illegal trading site ’Wall Street Market’

Police in western Germany have arrested three men suspected of running the world’s second-largest dark net marketplace for illegal drugs, stolen data and malicious software. The site now taken down was named ’Wall Street Market’. According to a police spokesman, investigators found more than 63,000 sale offers on the platform, more than 1.1 million customer accounts and more than 5,400 sellers.

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Frederic Lück
Frederic Lück 1 year

They will just move to another one

Mark Oulaghan
Mark Oulaghan 1 year

just shows have clueless they are the dark web is just 10% let's see you get anybody on the Dank

Oliver Biscuit
Oliver Biscuit 1 year

And like a hydra, two more will take its place.

DivineDawn
DivineDawn 1 year

and all people wanted was some fun time pills

Oliver Biscuit
Oliver Biscuit 1 year

And like a hydra, two more will take its place

Scruffy Stoat
Scruffy Stoat 1 year

Fascists shut down free market, deal massive blow to capitalism.

Andrew Johnston
Andrew Johnston 1 year

With the amount of surveillance available to the various authorities leaves the question is it possibly those same authorities who are carrying out all the serious organised crime. Or are all those corrupt cops depicted in movies and tv just an aberration product of the wild imaginations of desperate script writers.

Hugo Stiglitz
Hugo Stiglitz 1 year

Was the website threatening the welfare of their precious Muslim refugees?

Booble Plus
Booble Plus 1 year

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Andrew Johnston
Andrew Johnston 1 year

One must question the origin of the photo accompanying this item

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