Watch 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. 07:14 INCELS: Men, Message Boards and Murder 07:17 DEEPFAKES: Propaganda, Porn and the Future of Fake News 08:34 THE DARK WEB: Fraud and Murder in the Digital Underground 07:52 LIVESTREAM CRIMES: Murder, Mayhem and Social Media 06:40 WEB SLEUTHS: Disruption, Danger and the Internet Detectives 06:20 HIP HOP BEEFS: Clout, Crime, and Internet Fame 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. DEEPFAKES: Propaganda, Porn and the Future of Fake News The future of fake news is being shaped by deepfake technology, which allows faces to be swapped in videos. How is this dangerous propaganda tool and social media phenomenon being addressed? 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. LIVESTREAM CRIMES: Murder, Mayhem and Social Media From sexual assault to murder, the phenomenon of people live-streaming crimes is rapidly growing. How are these disturbing streams disrupting traditional investigative techniques? 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. HIP HOP BEEFS: Clout, Crime, and Internet Fame When social media views and likes help fuel hip-hop fame, controversial behavior can be rewarded.