Vocativ uses its data-mining software to create a TV show

by Shareen Pathak
Vocativ is following in the footsteps of Vice. On Thursday, the publisher will premiere a new Showtime show called “Dark Net,” an eight-episode season that is the first work out of Vocativ Films. The show will use the same data-mining software that Vocativ analysts and reporters use to trawl the “dark Web” for stories. Dark Net has eight episodes.Read the full article

Dark Net | 'Real Stories, Altered Realities' Tease | Season 1

DARK NET is an eight-part docuseries that explores the netherworld where virtual and physical lives collide in ways surprising, disturbing, and seemingly inevitable. DARK NET reveals the perspective of a digitally connected world where our every action is collected and stored. Each episode sheds light on themes such as bio-hacking, cyberkidnapping, digital warfare, online cults, the webcam sex trade and more. We're taking you inside the deep web, where 80% of the internet lies beyond the reach of regular search engines. Episodes air on Thursdays at 11 pm ET Watch full episodes on showtime.com