By Mark Yarm
From burner phones to Bitcoin, human traffickers stay at the front of the tech curve. But outside the US, many anti-trafficking agencies are still using 20th-century methods: spreadsheets and paper. That makes sharing and analyzing data almost impossible.
E.J. FaganLast week, an op-ed that I wrote for The Baltimore Sun prompted a lot of very strong reactions, both positive and negative.
-- Most people, no matter how many hours each day they spend on the internet, will never see more than about five percent of the web.
Former FBI Assistant Director Chris Swecker sat down with NBC Charlotte to peel back some of the mystery surrounding the deepest and darkest corners of the web.