posted on Aug, 1 2012 @ 09:51 AM
reply to post by DocHolidaze
huh. And I may have been wrong about that whole no-harm policy on the SR. Unless I got my .onion sites confused when looking last night and
was actually on BMR, I believe I saw a group soliciting assassination services on SR.
Fairly terrifying stuff in the TOR world. Be careful if you get overly curious about it...as I understand, you should *generally* be safe for
browsing, but I would be very hesitant to actually take up on any of the less-legal offers you can find there. I would assume it's not worth any
agency's time to try to go through the effort of tracking down casual viewers (unsure how possible this actually even is, if you aren't running an
exit node), but I would assume it's much easier to trap someone in a sting if they try to accept an offer for illegal products/services that was
actually set up BY an agency.
I could be totally wrong there...but I'm new enough to it to not want to take the chance. Scary stuff out there.