In the “Weapons” section, you can get advice on how to assemble a Kalashnikov assault rifle yourself at home.

Or a grenade launcher. At the same time, experienced people will advise what to tell the police if you are caught with a weapon.

In the section “Cars” they will teach you how to crack the alarm system. And in the “Health and substances” section, they will help you choose the “right drug”.

On such forums, you can absolutely learn how to hack any websites and forge documents for free. There are special groups for communication of pedophiles, neo-Nazis and racists. In a word, everyone can find information “to their taste”.

Ross Ulbricht, the founder of the Silk Road online store, the world’s largest drug sales platform, was one of the ideologists of the free Internet. Being a libertarian, he often told in his store that nothing should be banned. Each person, in his opinion, has the right to control the degree of his freedom.

“We want to control ourselves what gets into our body,” wrote Ross Ulbricht, who began his activity by selling psilocybin (hallucinogenic) mushrooms on the Internet. “We have to decide for ourselves how to protect ourselves and our loved ones,” he said, talking about the sale of drugs. “I have created a new type of economy so that people can feel what it is like to live in a world without the influence of power.”

When Ross Ulbricht was sentenced to life in prison in 2015, he became disillusioned with his teaching.

“The essence of Silk Road should have been to give people the freedom to make independent decisions. In fact, it turned out to be a convenient means of satisfying human addiction to drugs,” he wrote on the social network.

Earlier, “FACTS” wrote that Ukrainian law enforcement officers managed to expose a man who raped his underage daughters of 14 and 15 years old, and sold the video on the darknet. It was possible to calculate the criminal with the help of one photo, which was sent to their Ukrainian colleagues by Australian police.

A man who distributed child pornography on the internet was also detained in the Donbas. He was an active user of the darknet, created his own network for file sharing and opened access to them to his “like-minded people”.