The Dark Net by Jamie Bartlett
The Dark Net
Past the well known online world that the greater part of us possess lies a boundless system of locales, groups and societies where opportunity is pushed as far as possible. A world that is as inventive and mind boggling as it is unsafe and irritating. A world that is much nearer than you might suspect.
The Dark Net is an impactful examination of the web today, and of its most inventive and unsafe subcultures, extending from mystery Facebook gatherings to the scrambled and concealed Tor organize. In it, Bartlett goes looking for the general population behind the screen, meeting trolls and pornographers, street pharmacists and programmers, political fanatics and PC researchers, Bitcoin developers and self-harmers, libertarians and vigilantes.
In view of broad direct involvement, elite meetings and stunning narrative proof, The Dark Net offers a startling look at human instinct under the states of opportunity and secrecy, and sparkles a light on a mysterious and regularly evolving world.