How the mysterious dark net is going mainstream | Jamie Bartlett

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  • Published on:  Thursday, September 24, 2015
  • There’s a parallel Internet you may not have run across yet — accessed by a special browser and home to a freewheeling collection of sites for everything from anonymous activism to illicit activities. Jamie Bartlett reports from the dark net.TEDTalks is a daily video podcast of the best talks and performances from the TED Conference, where the world's leading thinkers and doers give the talk of their lives in 18 minutes (or less). Look for talks on Technology, Entertainment and Design -- plus science, business, global issues, the arts and much more.Find closed captions and translated subtitles in many languages at http://www.ted.com/translateFollow TED news on Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/tednewsLike TED on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TEDSubscribe to our channel: http://www.youtube.com/user/TEDtalksD...
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  • Jack Middleton

     3 years ago

    So many people in that crowd look like the most advanced thing on the computer they have done is solitaire.

  • 4efe6xhiejRyzWApm

     yesterday

    @donnie baker that is weird. Good riddance anyway.

  • donnie baker

     2 days ago

    @4efe6xhiejRyzWApm actually windows defender that comes in windows 10 is the free software called microsoft security essentials that has been free to download since before windows 7 and is the toughest anti virus on the web you can get... And the "defender " in windows 10 is the same thing and never download Microsoft security essentials to it or it will mess up your defender... But you can open up the new defender and make it much more powerful so it won't qurenteen anything and destroy any...

  • HAPPY

     1 months ago

    If you need something interesting, then go to Stealthbay;) stlthbaycm3ip4xg(.)onion (need TorBrowser for visit)

  • 4efe6xhiejRyzWApm

     an hour ago

    @SkyneT nicely explained.

  • SkyneT

     2 hours ago

    Careful with VPN providers, most of them keep data to maximize profit or because they are required to do so by law.A VPN provider based in any country that's part of the "14 eyes" surveillance alliance is useless for privacy. Here are a few popular VPN providers that have to keep logs:Private Internet AccessTunnelBear HideMyAssTorguardIPVanishThose seem good, but do your own research:NordVPNExpressVPNPerfect Privacy

  • Andrew Jackson

     1 months ago

    I think he found his hair stylist on the dark net.

  • falconeranatolia

     9 hours ago

    You are hilarious :)

  • Louie Dieppa

     5 days ago

    he gel'd his hair like that

  • Jake Phelps

     4 months ago

    Drug Dealers care more about their customer than most large Corporations...

  • Israel

     3 days ago

    The ones running underneath the surface of web, yes.And there's a pretty good reason for that: NO CENTRALIZED POWER.See, people can make the most sophisticated arguments on how government is important, and parties and politicians and blablabla.....however, such structure will always be a stimulus for richer companies to put their money in, buying the ones in charge to make laws that will, ultimately benefit them, consequently ending up in market monopoly, which always tends to loose interest on the c...

  • Itzel Walkup

     11 days ago

    @Kenneth Schaaf After exploitation, they leave behind mess and disastrous.

  • Mike Vars

     1 months ago

    The Dark Net sounds like the Internet was in the 90's, Free Thought.

  • A human being

     12 days ago

    Mike Vars The “darknet” or deep web is the internet. The “internet” you’re using is just the tip of the iceberg.

  • Albert Bazinyan

     3 months ago

    Brillliant marketing presentation bc he secretly runs the silk road

  • Sync Grave

     5 days ago

    Brian Holguin it’s not illegal at all

  • mouth

     15 days ago

    @Scooter1 Didn't know that. Too bad. I looked it up before it crashed the first time, wondering what it was. There was a lot of stuff there too. I just left and then Boom it was gone.

  • Awais Noor

     1 months ago

    He looks like a regular customer of silk road

  • Scooter1

     17 days ago

    Acid kinda guy

  • RW Erskine

     19 days ago

    WOWhttps://www.faceclips.net/video/75z9ZuikGtA/video.html

  • Gafi Angoliero

     yesterday

    This dude must have a funny-shaped pillow

  • Siddharth Krishnan

     15 days ago

    The thing about local cocaine that funds schools is weirdly wholesome lmao

  • Max Charcoal

     3 years ago

    Plot twist!The speaker of this TED talk IS actually the user Drug Haven, and this talk was all just a commercial stunt.

  • DJ Ani

     6 days ago

    @Chozen why or what do you mean by fake news... R u referring to me?