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Friday, June 29 • 14:00 - 15:00
Darknet research — International cases [E]

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The Sunday Times exposed dark net marketplaces, unmasking a government contractor selling high-tech auto-theft equipment and a major dealer of illegal steroids. Other users ranged from middle-class students to professional poker players. Louis Goddard gives a behind-the-scenes look at the story, showing how the team used open source techniques to extract key location and contact data – including email addresses and geotags – from several marketplace backups, going on to link this data to named individuals in the UK. He will also show how the same data might be used by journalists elsewhere in the world, e.g. in the Netherlands, where many of the dealers identified by the investigation source their products.

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Dark net dealers dragged into the light (The Times)

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Daniel Moßbrucker

Referent für Internetfreiheit, Reporter ohne Grenzen
Daniel Moßbrucker ist Referent für Internetfreiheit bei Reporter ohne Grenzen. Zudem arbeitet er als freier Journalist und Trainer für digitale Sicherheit. Er befasst sich vor allem mit den Themen Überwachung, Datenschutz & Internetregulierung.

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Louis Goddard

Data Journalist, The Times
Louis Goddard is a data journalist at The Times of London. He works primarily on investigations, using a computational approach to break exclusive stories. Past stories have included an investigation identifying 50 British users of a dark net child abuse forum, an exposé of the black... Read More →


Friday June 29, 2018 14:00 - 15:00
K6

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