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Jamie Bartlett: What Goes On In The Secrecy Of The Dark Web?

Part 2 of theTED Radio Hour episode Going Undercover

About Jamie Bartlett's TED Talk

When journalist Jamie Bartlett dove into the secret, hidden part of the Internet known as the Dark Web, he was surprised by what he found lurking there.

About Theo E.J. Wilson

Jamie Bartlett is the director of the Centre for the Analysis of Social Media at Demos, a U.K. think tank. He has conducted research on subjects ranging from crypto-currencies, to surveillance methods, to ISIS's use of social media. He is also a regular columnist for The Telegraph and The Guardian.

Jamie Bartlett is the author of The Dark Net: Inside the Digital Underworld, a book on legal and illegal internet subcultures. His newest book is Radicals.

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