Platform Criminalism: The 'Last-Mile' Geography of the Darknet Market Supply Chain

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Dittus, Martin; Wright, Joss; Graham, Mark;
(2017)

Does recent growth of darknet markets signify a slow reorganisation of the illicit drug trade? Where are darknet markets situated in the global drug supply chain? In principle, these platforms allow producers to sell directly to end users, bypassing traditional traffick... View more
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