Oxygen's DARK WEB EXPOSED: A Six-Part Crime Series
THE DARK WEB EXPOSED is a new six-part multi-platform series from Oxygen Media that looks into new, bizarre and viral crime trends, amplified by social media networks, which have taken a second life outside the traditional police narrative.
Watch: Are Livestreamed Crimes The Future Of Viral Videos?
A man posted a video of himself shooting beloved grandfather Robert Godwin on Facebook, sparking controversy as critics question Facebook's ability to moderate violent content.
Who Is Todd Matthews, The 'Original Internet Sleuth?'
Todd Matthews was web sleuthing before the term existed, and his original efforts brought solace to Barbara Ann Hackman Taylor's family.
The Silk Road Continues In New Ways On Darknet
Ever since Ross Ulbricht’s revolutionary site Silk Road shuttered in 2013, there have been no shortage of similar marketplaces willing to fill the void — yet none have managed to maintain the level of trust that the original darknet bizarre did.
'Deep Fake' Tech Feared By Political World
So-called "deep fake" technology allows users to create videos of people performing acts that never occurred in reality. We talked with software engineer and special effects artist Owen Williams about whether we need to be scared of it.
How Incel Culture Started — And Became Violent
"Incel" is more than just a fringe internet buzz word. It's a social phenomenon driven by toxic masculinity, loneliness, social media, and an extreme hatred of women.
Social Media Has Changed How Hip-Hop Beefs
How rappers are using social media to settle the score.
HIP HOP BEEFS: Clout, Crime, and Internet Fame
When social media views and likes help fuel hip-hop fame, controversial behavior can be rewarded.
THE DARK WEB: Fraud and Murder in the Digital Underground
The dark web was developed by the U.S. military to communicate anonymously over the internet. Drug dealers, hit men and scammers now thrive in this wild West corner of the web.
WEB SLEUTHS: Disruption, Danger and the Internet Detectives
Using the power of the internet, web sleuths can help or hinder cases. After the death of Kenneka Jenkins, misinformation was spread over social media – but web sleuths have solved some cases.
INCELS: Men, Message Boards and Murder
In incel subculture, which thrives on message boards and the dark web, lonely men feel unwanted by women--and sometimes lash out with extreme violence.