A District Court judge sentenced Michael Weigand, known as “~Shabang~” on the Silk Road darkweb market, to eight months in prison for lying providing technical assistance to the administrators of the marketplace. Audrey Strauss, the Acting United States Attorney for the Southern District of New York, announced the eight-month sentence.

In the case of the United States vs. Tal Prihar, the alleged administrator of the darkweb news site DeepDotWeb, a court granted the defense’s motion for an extension of time to file pretrial motions. The defense argued that more time is needed due to the complexity of the case.

A verdict is expected today in the case of the alleged drug dealer who resold drugs purchased on the darkweb. The defendant on trial is the same one who bit a police officer during the execution of a search warrant at his apartment.,Today is the last day of a trial for a 26-year-old from Achern.

Some of the laws in place to prevent international opioid trafficking are not being enforced by the United States Postal Service or Customs and Border Protection, members of the Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee said.

The Monero Project released an update to its CLI and GUI software that updates OpenSSl and provides “P2P network layer improvements.”

Finnish Customs, in conjunction with Europol and Polish authorities, seized the last Finnish language darkweb market.

A federal judge sentenced an Arizona man to five years of probation for selling research chemicals online.

An Australian woman allegedly hired a hitman on the darkweb to murder her parents.

An Isle of Man teenager admitted ordering 53 grams of ketamine on the darkweb. “I’m not surprised. I was expecting to be arrested,” the defendant told the police during his arrest.

The Dresden Public Prosecutor’s Office accused a 38-year-old German man of operating a child exploitation forum for Tor users.