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Dark Web Video News: Now a Weekly Program

Dark Cyber is the only weekly news program focused on the Dark Web and hidden Internet services

Louisville, KY, USA – WEBWIRE

The Dark Web and hidden Internet services are poised to have an increasingly significant impact. Censorship like Facebook’s removing objectionable content forces those with controversial messages to find alternative channels.

Dark Cyber, produced by Beyond Search and HonkinNews, is a weekly YouTube program. The weekly series begins on December 5, 2017. The program’s host is Stephen E Arnold, the author of “CyberOSINT: Next Generation Information Access” and “Dark Web Notebook.” The format of the program features selected stories from the Beyond Search blog plus research gathered for the second edition of “Dark Web Notebook.”

“The interest in the Dark Web, i2p, secure chat, and related subjects continues to grow. Each week we select three or four stories which characterize the most important hidden Internet. Plus, we describe Dark Web analytic services and products. The company profiles provide information about well-known companies like Recorded Future as well as information about lower profile firms,” said Stuart Schram, one of the researchers contributing to the “Dark Web Notebook.”

The pilot programs for Dark Cyber have covered funding of Digital Shadows, Darktrace, Recorded Future, and Terbium Labs. A profile of Tovek, a company developing advanced analytics programs for law enforcement and intelligence professionals, is the feature story in the December 5, 2017, Dark Cyber program. Also on tap for the December 5, 2017, program is a look at the New York Times’ Dark Web presence, illegally obtained Uber sites, and an “incognito” mode for Internet access which does little to safeguard user privacy.

Stephen E Arnold said: “Information about the Dark Web and hidden Internet services is often presented in a hyperbolic manner. Our objective with Dark Cyber is to offer factual information. As censorship on the Surface Web becomes more prevalent, the Dark Web and hidden Internet services will have an increasingly significant impact on consumers, law enforcement, and intelligence professionals. We want to highlight information which shines a light into the dark corners of online.”

The weekly program can be viewed on the Beyond Search blog at or via a Google search.

For more information about Stephen E Arnold, the books, or the Dark Web training and research services he offers, contact him by writing darkwebnotebook at


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