Different interviewees — including writer Andy Greenberg, whose reportage pretty much motivated “Deep Web,” and Cody Wilson, the crypto-revolutionary who has empowered the scattering of weapons through 3D printers — talk about the requirement for a reconnaissance free zone where thoughts and stock can be traded in liberated manner. “The fascists have the assets,” claims one energetic digital libertarian. “In any case, we have creative energy … to take back our power.”
Still, even the most faithfully government-suspicious libertarians may be shaken by, say, the 3D printing of weapons, or the web advertising of heroin, LSD and other unlawful medications (at times, to minors). The last endeavor was a claim to fame of the Silk Road, a webpage situated in the Deep web subset known as the Dark Net, where a freewheeling business person (or a group of such sorts) referred to either independently or all things considered as Dread Pirate Roberts — a false name cribbed from “The Princess Bride”.