Journalism and Advocacy Group of Dark Web Site
JOURNALISM AND ADVOCACY GROUP
As I mentioned, the Dark Web is not just a place of eternal suffering, combined with drug dealers, human smugglers, and a hitman. It is also used by journalists, advocacy group members, and political refugees in disguise. Reuters, Fox, NBC, CNN — they all have open dark web channels to receive anonymous tips from whistleblowers.
Advocacy groups are also taking advantage of Darknet because, here, the term censorship is as popular as HTTPS. And finally, we have political outcasts, refugees, and people who want to stay in touch with the outside world, being from a totalitarian country that suppresses all means of communication and information.
Of course, you have a run-of-the-mill congregation, who would worship anything that spaghetti monster flew from Lucifer.
If you are interested in a destroyer journalist, here are a pair of sites you can try to visit:
Soylent News — A Trans Spectrum Darknet News Aggregator. Webmaster-Moderate Forum features on which you can submit comments. You can also join by submitting tips or writing news.
ProPublica — Historically, ProPublica has the first major news outlet that has a good facility, a Darknet outlet. With an activity spanning almost four years, Propiosa succeeded in abusing power and blowing the lid on clandestine activities conducted by government institutions. Although much younger than other Darknet news outlets, ProPublica’s work was rewarded with five Pulitzer Prizes for feature writing, the last one awarded to Hannah Dreyer , investigative journalist who covered the gangs of Los Angeles .
More information about staying safe on the dark web
We already went through VPNs, unveiled web browsers, and disposable operating systems, so I won’t bother reminding you those. Here are some other things you can try to increase your security.
1. Minimize or resell your tow browsing window
Seems rather, doesn’t it? Well, the reason for this is that it is recommended to browse with minimal or redeveloped windows — you can be tracked based on the dimensions of your active window (yes, they can actually do that). So, do yourself a favor and resell that tor window as much as possible before proceeding.
2. Tweak Security Settings
3. Never use your credit and debit card for purchases
I would go further than that and say stay away from darknet shops. Maybe some of them are legitimate, but are you really ready to take that chance? Still, if you are really itching to buy a new phone or whatever God knows, I would recommend you stick with bitcoin or your favorite crypto coin. Using a credit or debit card for things like this is like picturing a big bullseye screaming at your bank account: “Come here and take my money.”
4. Close the tail after finishing your session
When you’re surfing or shopping on the dark web, don’t forget to turn off the tail. The main advantage of using a live OS like Tales is that upon shutting down, the OS erases itself from the thumb drive you have installed. This is why it is not a good idea to burn the tail on DVD.
5. Do not stick your nose where it is not
Great life advice, but it is even more valuable where Darknet is concerned. Keep in mind that many criminal organizations are using the dark web to communicate or sell goods. Some of these channels are under surveillance. You may very well end up in the middle of a wager which can be ugly. So, if the website looks messy, close the tab, and forget about it.