Online dealers are using the Internet’s biggest social media platforms and business websites to connect with customers in plain sight. The situation has created a puzzle for law enforcement and e-businesses, exposed the inadequacy of cannabis laws, and made parents fearful of their teens’ virtual habits. So, it shouldn’t be a surprise that black market workers, who have built their livelihoods off skirting laws, have harnessed the power of social media to advertise goods and connect with new clientele. Napster founder, Sean Parker, famously predicted people would “live online” in the future. The pandemic has shortened the timelines on this forecast. If today’s population lives online, people go to work on Zoom and hang out on Facebook, Instagram, and Snapchat. It’s natural that online dealers would target these virtual hangouts to solicit customers, the way they once did in public parks or alleys. As online dealers have moved from the murky pools of the dark web into the open waters of the world’s biggest social networks, it’s worth seeing if they’re simply keeping up with the times, or if the new tools have expanded their customer base. Where do You Find an Online Dealer? Web searches reveal an odd paradox about…
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