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Northern Ireland – Experts face battle as one new drug emerges every five days

New drugs are coming on the market every week in Northern Ireland – and experts charged with analysing them are struggling to cope with the

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New York first-ever regulations on Bitcoin

 Superintendent of the New York Department of Financial Services (DFS) Ben Lawsky revealed a draft proposal on Thursday of regulations governing virtual currencies like Bitcoin,

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Dell now accepting Bit Coin Payment

Dell has announced that is accepting Bit Coin Payments.  Michael Dell took to Twitter to announce the news, saying “Dell is now the world’s largest e-commerce business

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Tim Draper Bitcoin Press Conference

Online Drug Trade Thrives since the closure of Silk Road 1.0

In its two years of operation, the online marketplace Silk Road raked in 1.2 billion dollars in revenue and amassed an estimated 200,000 registered users

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Seretoni / 44-DMAR

Over the past few weeks I have received many enquires about an emerging Research Chemical known as Seretoni 44-DMAR According to Europol (2014), the substance

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“Silk Road Clone” for Mobiles launched

A developer is working on a new mobile app that allows users to anonymously trade goods and services from other users nearby, using bitcoins –

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Trafficking for Forced Labour in Cannabis Production: The Case of Ireland

Ireland has experienced an increase in the domestic cultivation of cannabis in the last five years. In 2012 there was substantial media coverage on raids of

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Founder of Online Hidden Drugs Marketplace ‘Farmers Market’ Pleads Not Guilty

In April 2012 A multinational police force last week arrested eight men on suspicion of running a secret online store called “The Farmer’s Market” that sold

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Legality of possession of psychoactive substance discussed in Irish High Court

The High Court is being asked to decide whether the Government must first go to the Oireachtas before it can declare illegal the possession of

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