A federal judge sentenced a mother-son duo to a combined 18 years in prison for selling methamphetamine on the darkweb.

Authorities in the UK arrested four suspects in a multi-agency operation that investigated the suspected importation of a variety of drugs into Northern Ireland by post.

Two drug dealers responsible for earning more than £3.7 million through the darkweb vendor account “LetsWork” were sentenced to a total of 24 years in prison.

In July 2020, the Tor Project released the timeline for the depreciation of version two onion services (v2) in favor of the more secure version three onion services (v3).

A Liverpool court ordered two drug dealers to pay the government more than £119,000 as a part of their sentences.

Authorities in Bavaria took down a group accused of selling large quantities of drugs purchased on the darkweb.

A New Hampshire drug dealer was sentenced to five years in prison for reselling drugs purchased on the darkweb.

A fraudster in California will spend more than three years in federal prison for using stolen information purchased on the darkweb to fraudulently receive more than $500,000 in COVID-19 benefits.

A 57-year-old Swiss man who formerly worked for the police denied selling diverted police weapons on the darkweb.

The Italian Postal and Communication Police arrested an Italian man who allegedly hired a hitman on the darkweb to assault his ex-girlfriend.