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The Most Dangerous People on the Internet (Last 10 Years)

The Most Dangerous People on the Internet (Last 10 Years): When this decade began, the idea of ​​the Internet as a free intellectual "playground" remained largely untouched: An instrument that, after years of unnatural anticipation, finally reached the mainstream and fulfilled its popularity by bringing online shopping with it with endless choices, lost friends on Facebook, and even hopes for new forms of protest and dissent against authoritarian regimes. The Internet it was less dangerous than it was disruptive, and this disruption, for most of us, had exciting possibilities.

It didn't last. Today, the ruling governments have turned it on Internet in their own tool in the form of propaganda, misinformation and cybercrime. Extremists have collaborated and distorted social media to spread hatred and violence. Beginners who once looked like innovative outsiders are now embracing the economy as huge, uncontrollable monopolies. The dangers of the natural world have shifted to the online environment - along with some new, inherently digital risks that threaten the foundations of modern society.

Below you will find the list of the most dangerous people in Internet . In some cases, these figures pose a danger not so much to public security but to the status quo. As the decade comes to an end, get to know the people we believe best describe the dangers posed by the internet world over the last 10 years - many of whom do not intend to comply soon.

12. Anonymous


11 Peter Thiel


10. Cody Wilson


9. Xenotime


8. NSO Group


7. Lazarus



5. Julian Assange

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4 Mark Zuckerberg

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3. Xi Jiping

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2 Vladimir Putin

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1 Donald Trump

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