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The Deep Web and accountability on the Internet

Over the weekend, hundreds of nude, celebrity photos were released on the Internet. The images were apparently stolen from iCloud and the FBI is now investigating who’s to blame for the massive leak of photos. We spoke with a legislator and an activist trying to put higher penalties on the distribution of these types of stolen photos. Now, we take a look at the Dark Web, the part of the internet where some are saying these images first surfaced. Jayson Street, founder and CIO of Stratagem 1 Solutions, joins us to talk about the Deep Web and what it means for accountability on the Internet.

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