David Cameron wants to tackle illegal activity on "dark net"

Nov 18, 2013, 02:12 PM

Prime Minister David Cameron tells BBC Radio 2's Jeremy Vine that he wants to put the skills of the intelligence services to work in tackling the "dark net" and peer-to-peer sharing sites where child abuse imagery and other illegal activities are taking place away from search engines. He says the sort of expertise which helped decrypt the Enigma Code in World War Two could be use to help in the fight against this sort of crime.