Is the onion dating service real
So they were aware people can put stuff online and keep it "in the dark"; then by scaring the people that were doing it in "the open", and providing them with a keyword to learn about how to do it in the dark, didn't they actually helped keep the stuff hidden from law enforcement?
--Tiago Tiago (talk) , 26 March 2012 (UTC) I believe that when they called it "Darknet" they are referring to the hidden wiki as being the "darknet" and that the operation is too :take it down or something along those lines.
You can find that discussion at Media Wiki_talk: Spam-blacklist/archives/March_2011#Hidden_wiki.
The marked reason for removal was that the hidden wiki did not meet any of the criteria for a good source, and was actively spammed at the tor project article.
188.8.131.52 (talk) , 9 February 2012 (UTC) The link to pastebin could possibly serve as an external link, however any interpretation of it would qualify as original research.
I reverted your changes because while the newspaper articles may not be entirely tech-savvy, they are reliable sources and, as ianmacm points out, it will be hard to get other reliable sources.
The Hidden Wiki's shady character can be inferred from its dark character, but extra-legal is not illegal, and to say "often" based on the article cited is less than accurate.
( Martin | The lead was rewritten with a view to avoiding giving the reader two misleading impressions: a) Tor is illegal, which it is not in most democratic countries (The Legal FAQ for Tor Relay Operators) and b) The Hidden Wiki is a child porn website or sells drugs etc, when it does not.
Some reasonably OK sourcing is at Anonymous takes down darknet child porn site on Tor network.-- Thanks, im not sure if the link to pastebin is ok?Tor itself is not illegal in most countries, although it can have abusive purposes, as the Abuse FAQ explains.Likewise, the main page of The Hidden Wiki does not contain any illegal content.This article is part of Wiki Project Websites, an attempt to create and link together articles about the major websites on the web.To participate, you can edit the article attached to this page, or visit the project page.