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Under the ocean of the internet - the deep web


The Internet was a revolutionary invention, and its use continues to evolve. People around the world use the Internet every day for things such as social media, shopping, email, reading news, and much more. However, this only makes up a very small piece of the Internet, and the rest is filled by an area called The Deep Web. This is not to be confused with “The Dark Web” or “The Darknet”. Those terms refer to a part of The Deep Web. The majority of the population visits the “Surface Web”, but what is under the surface? Located under the surface, The Deep Web isn’t indexed by search engines such as Google, and you need specially configured software to access it, such as the Tor browser for example. Any individual who accesses The Deep Web is doing so for a reason...

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