Anonymous Hackers Delete 10,000 Child Exploitation Sites on Dark Web

There are a lot fewer child sexual exploitation pages on the dark web, thanks to an infamous hacker group dedicated to their mission of cyber-vigilantism.

Anonymous, a notorious group of “hacktivists,” left their mark on the dark web, says a report published on HackRead. The dark web is a publicly inaccessible side of the internet where all sorts of illegal activities like child exploitation imagery—also known as child pornography—and drug dealings are carried out secretively. Anonymous has become known for targeting and attacking internet service providers, organizations and institutions that violate human rights.

So, when Anonymous got the tip-off about child porn services on

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