In The Dark Web: Unfiltered, Dr. Scott Belshaw takes you into an online world that very few have encountered. This book serves as a proverbial travel guide into the sick and twisted side of the dark web, including hidden coves for illegal activity. These areas include the dark web drug scene, hiring a hitman, deep areas of the “infamous” Red room, hackers, and hacktivists. The reader will have an understanding of the layout and rationale for the development of the dark web, plus some hidden gems regarding how to safely enter the dark web without giving up your privacy.
About the Author
CHAPTER 1 Onions Everywhere: Introduction to Privacy and the Dark Web
CHAPTER 2 Inside the Dark Web: “Anybody Want a Young Child and some Fentanyl?”
CHAPTER 3 Hacktivism, Groups, and the Dark Web
CHAPTER 4 The Questions Concerning Technology and the Portal to Hell
CHAPTER 5 Leaving Hell – Concluding Remarks and A Futurist View of the Dark Web
Scott H. Belshaw is currently an Associate Professor of Criminal Justice at the University of North Texas in Denton, Texas. Dr. Belshaw holds a Ph.D. in Juvenile Criminal Justice from Prairie View A&M University. He earned his Bachelor of Science in Social Sciences from the University of Houston-Downtown. He also holds both a Master of Arts in Liberal Arts from Houston Baptist University and a Master of Arts in Criminology from the University of Houston-Clear Lake. Dr. Belshaw’s criminal justice experience includes working many years with the Harris County Texas Community Supervision and Corrections Department serving as a probation officer, gang intelligence officer, and court liaison probation officer. Dr. Belshaw has published books on organized crime and constitutional law. He has published numerous research articles in criminal justice journals. Dr. Belshaw is currently serving as the Director of the Cyber Forensics Lab at the University of North Texas.