Claire Campbell’s 16-year-old child, Luke, passed away after taking ecstasy purchased by buddies on the darknet – a part of the web that can just be accessed with unique software application.
One of the greatest prohibited markets on there, Torrez, went offline last month after 2 years of selling Class A drugs, counterfeit money and hacking tools.
But one darknet drug dealership has actually informed the BBC that police deal with an “impossible task” attempting to shut down such websites.
BBC information research study has actually discovered a minimum of 450 dealers that had actually endured numerous authorities shutdowns.
Watch this examination from the BBC’s cyber press reporter Joe Tidy.
Listen to Hunting the Darknet Dealers on Radio 4’s File on 4, on 11 January at 20:00 GMT, or afterwards on BBC Sounds.
Data journalism: Alison Benjamin
Filmed and modified by Tom Goudsmit