A Romanian dentist was sentenced to six years in prison for importing and reselling amphetamine, ecstasy, and cannabis he had purchased on the darkweb.

An investigation into an alleged darkweb vendor in Germany resulted in the seizure of a Porsche 911 and a follow-up investigation into 120 customers.

A Riverside County woman allegedly purchased stolen personal information on the darkweb and used it to fraudulently receive more than a half-million dollars in COVID-19 unemployment benefits.

U.S. District Judge Denise L. Cote sentenced a Florida man to 210 months in prison for distributing an assortment of illegal substances on Alphabay and Dream Market.

Brave, the Chromium-based browser that sells itself on privacy and adblocking features, launched a version of its website for Tor users.

A U.S. national allegedly imported more than a kilogram of methamphetamine into Australia and redistributed them by mail.

Darknet drug markets are partially responsible for record high drug seizures at the Australian border, according to a report by the Australian Criminal Intelligence Commission.

U.S. District Judge Michael Truncale sentenced a Texas man to 480 months in federal prison on child exploitation charges related to a post on an undisclosed onion service.

Michael Weigand, 56, of Kirtland, Ohio, pleaded guilty to one count of making false statements to federal law enforcement about his role in the Silk Road darkweb market