John was intrigued by the concept of the 'dark web' (content on the World Wide Web that is not indexed by standard search engines) where Ashley Madison hackers 'leaked' subscriber data, so he asked his trusted listeners.
Some listeners gave light to his intrigue and some quite frankly were in the dark themselves...
@702JohnRobbie John it's like the normal web, except anonymity is truly secure, there are no identities.— Roberto Vizcarra (@Robertov187) August 20, 2015
@702JohnRobbie the 'scary' part of the internet where you there is human trafficking, you can buy or sell fake money, IDs, hire hitmen etc..— Lady Worth (@wathintaumfazi) August 20, 2015
@702JohnRobbie loving the drama when you say "the dark web" :)— Sempotseng (@smallbigeyed) August 20, 2015
@702JohnRobbie so is the Dark Web where paedophiles are able to exchange child pornography?— Aisha (@belinda_zoe) August 20, 2015
One listener even won cash for enlightening us about the dark web.