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One month after launch, new Silk Road is up to 3,000 drug listings

07
Dec
2013

It’s a fraction of its former size, but the digital drug bazaar Silk Road has risen again. The first Silk Road was suddenly shut down in October when the FBI arrested Ross Ulbricht, the man they claim ran the site under the handle Dread Pirate Roberts. It’s also being run by a person or persons calling themselves Dread Pirate Roberts. Silk Road 2.0 launched on November 6th, making it one month old today.

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