We’re back to the deep and dark web! This week we’re looking at the positive (and innocuous) aspects of the dark web. While it may be a place for illicit trade, the dark web is also a space for free speech and anonymity, and people are taking advantage of this by creating anonymous social networking sites and speaking out (and whistleblowing) on important issues. Tune in to hear us discuss the power and moral implications of being able to be anonymous online!
technology, the dark web, society
- Refresher on what the Surface, Dark, and Deep web is from TechWorm.
- New York Times’ own report on being available on the Tor network
- Robert Gehl’s article on Culture Digitally, “Legitimizing the Dark Web: The New York Times’ Tor Hidden Service” from Nov. 17, 2017
- Robert Gehl’s (2014) article titled “Power/freedom on the Dark Web: A Digital Ethnography of the Dark Web Social Network”
- The Hacker Manifesto
- Guardian article, “The Key Moments from Mark Zuckerberg’s Testimony to Congress”
- 7. Article on social implications of Japanese population w/ graph, “Defusing Japan’s Demographic Time Bomb”