An Austrian teen faces multiple drug trafficking charges after allegedly purchasing ecstasy on the darkweb.

A man from Swindon pleaded guilty to importing a variety of drugs he had purchased on the darkweb. Michael Bose, 33, of Carmel Walk, Swindon, pleaded guilty to drug importation and drug possession charges during a plea hearing at the Swindon Magistrates’ Court.

A German man who admitted purchasing ecstasy and amphetamine on the darkweb avoided prison by telling the judge he had changed his ways.

A Bitcoin trader identified a darkweb vendor for the Federal Bureau of Investigation. In a recent announcement, the United States announced the three arrests in connection with a darkweb drug trafficking case.

German Customs arrested four men suspected of selling prescription medication and other drugs on the darkweb. The Frankfurt am Main customs investigation office worked with the Frankfurt Public Prosecutor’s Office and the Central Office for Combating Internet Crime (ZIT) to investigate the alleged darkweb vendors.

An Australian man was sentenced to prison after pleading guilty to distributing MDMA on the darkweb.Paul Rodgerson, 42, of Melbourne, Victoria, was sentenced in Victoria’s County Court for his role in a drug trafficking ring that sold MDMA and ecstasy pills stamped with a “Flying Kangaroo” logo on several darkweb marketplaces including, AlphaBay and Dream Market.

Brave, a browser that allows users to access onion services, had a bug that sent queries for onion addresses to public DNS resolvers. Brave is a browser that advertises itself as a privacy-oriented browser with built-in support for blocking advertisements, disabling javascript, blocking cookies, and similar tasks.

An Australian man was charged in the Perth Magistrate’s Court for attempting to import methamphetamine hidden in a children’s toy. The old hide-your-meth-in-a-stuffed-llama trick might not be clever enough to get past the trained eye of an Australian law enforcement officer.

The German government passed a draft law that requires employees of private postal services to report packages of drugs to law enforcement. The Bundestag greenlit a draft law that would change the way postal services handle certain suspicious packages.

A 52-year-old from Everett, Washington, was sentenced to four years in prison for selling methamphetamine and heroin on the darkweb. U.S. Attorney Brian T. Moran announced that a U.S. District Court judge in Seattle had sentenced Todd Peterman-Dishion, 52, to four years in prison and four years of supervised release.