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Details of the full extent of the FBI’s hacking of a child pornography site hosted on the Dark Web emerged a few weeks ago via Motherboard, revealing that the organization has used unusual means to collect evidence in order to prosecute users of the site. After seizing control of the site, it took the decision to host the site on its own servers for 13 days. During that time it was allowing images of child sexual abuse to be distributed (something that is against its normal operational procedure) so that it could garner IP addresses and deposit malware that would transmit information about the site’s users to the FBI,…

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