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Is privacy in a digital world still possible? Are you feeling watched every time you go online? 

In this digital era, privacy has become a luxury. If we are not careful, someday we will end up having to fight for our privacy. 

The dark web carries many controversies regarding anonymity in today's era. Still, with that much information out there, it is hard to know which side is right. But what if you were given the chance to form your own opinion? 

This audiobook gives you condensed information about this complex topic. You get to choose on which side you are. Some of the main points you can find in this audiobook include:

  • The importance of privacy
  • How the dark web came to be
  • The dark web now and what is really is
  • Illicit and licit websites operating on the dark web
  • The dark web and the rise of cryptocurrencies
  • How we can benefit from such a technology

Rumors about the dark web are starting to surface more and more. Still, the negativity surrounding it seems to overshadow any potential upside. 

If you want to see both sides of the coin and be able to form your own opinion, then this audiobook is for you.

©2018 Silviu Curechian (P)2018 Silviu Curechian

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