Hundreds Arrested In Chinese Deep Web Child Porn Ring Crackdown

Hundreds Arrested In Chinese Deep Web Child Porn Ring Crackdown

Videos hosted on the deep web child porn platform were accessed over 20,000 times. Chinese government officials are focusing their attention on deep web activity As most people are well aware of, there is a fair amount of illegal activity taking place on the darknet One of their investigations unveiled a child porn ring, and several hundred people have been arrested as a result, This investigation is made possible thanks to the help of Homeland Security It is good to see law enforcement agencies focus on the real threats lurking on the darknet. Child pornography is a type of practice that....


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If it gets very popular, I can see the government clamping down. I think it would lead to a massive drop off in the number of users.

Alistair Cotton, Senior analyst with Currencies Direct