How the Dark Web Empowered Latin American Organized Crime

The global proliferation of internet access has transformed societies, enabling online and financial inclusion in the developing world. But it has also empowered organized crime in Latin America and the Caribbean, international officials warn.

With 43 percent of the world’s online community, Latin America and the Caribbean — home to some of the world’s most dominant criminal networks — has become even more vital to transnational crime, said Amado Philip de Andrés, the representative of the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime in Central America and the Caribbean.

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