Windows 10: Dark Web: Which countries specialize in what services? Solved

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       03 Mar 2016 #1

    Dark Web: Which countries specialize in what services?

    China's hacking hardware, the United States' assassins or Japan's taboo content -- in the Dark Web, only money matters.

    On Tuesday, Trend Micro researchers released a whitepaper (.PDF) documenting the results of an investigation into the Web's underbelly, asking if the underground is connected globally, or whether there are countries which have a certain illegal "specialization" in goods or services.
    Dark Web drugs, data dumps and death: Which countries specialize in what services? | ZDNet
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  2.    03 Mar 2016 #2

    "The US is also, ironically, the best place for the darkest and most dangerous services and purchases, including assassination services and murder-for-hire.

    Meanwhile in Canada, the underground economy is not as well-developed or efficient as others. However, vendors are still making a profit on trading ice hockey cards and 'Kenny Chesney' MP3's. The more serious vendors are rumoured to be distributing 'Corb Lund Band' MP3's too. Worldwide!"

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