Silicon Valley Murder Mystery: How Drugs and Paranoia Doomed Silk Road

submitted by : @7rex / almost a month ago

category : Silk Road / tags : Drugs, Disrupt, Disruption, Dark Web,

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Silk Road once reigned as the Internets premier destination for drug deals and even more illicit fare. But as the Web site became a billiondollar enterprise its creator Ross Ulbricht went from idealistic to dangerous. An adaptation from Nick Biltons new book shows how the empire collapsed.


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