Welcome to this week’s Reading List, our weekly collection of great science and technology articles from around the internet. This week, we’ll do a shift at an Amazon warehouse, delve into the Deep Web, and confront online bullying.
- The so-called Darknet is only a tiny fraction of what’s on the Deep Web, the part of the internet not accessible by search engines like Google, but it’s the part that gets the most attention. How can law enforcement find a balance between stopping criminals and preserving legitimate Tor users’ privacy? [Rolling Stone]
- Amazon’s warehouses are tough, demanding places to work, and for temporary employees, they offer opportunities but not much security. [Huffington Post]
- Bullying is nothing new, but it works a little differently in the digital age. It’s starting to affect more adults, and online, it can be harder to just walk away. [The New Yorker]