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The Darkest Place on the Internet Isn’t Just for Criminals - This sounds nuts, yes? Makes us all seem like criminals? Except that even legitimate, nonshady organizations have migrated onto the Darknet to make sure their doings stay away from prying eyes. The New Yorker, for example—not exactly famous as a hive of evildoers—ran a Tor-hidden service built by the hacker Aaron Swartz and wired‘s investigations editor, Kevin Poulsen, so whistleblowers can securely leave documents or messages. (Tor is one of those pieces of encrypting software you need to access the Darknet in the first place.)
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