Reporter: Gov Program Allows Internet Users to Anonymously Buy Drugs, Hit Men

Reporter: Gov Program Allows Internet Users to Anonymously Buy Drugs, Hit Men

Andrew Conte, a writer for the Pittsburgh Tribune Review, has revealed a government program called The Onion Router, which allows users not to be traced or tracked by anyone. Conte explained that the program “masks the user so no one can see who is searching what,” making searches “totally anonymous.”

According to local reports, anonymity makes it possible for people to contract with hit men or buy drugs.


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