1. The terms deep web and dark web are often used interchangeably, but they are not the same. Deep web simply refers to anything on the web that can’t be found using a search engine like Google or Bing, or even DuckduckGo.This means anything behind a paywall, anything that is password protected, or anything that is dynamically generated and doesn’t have a permanent URL — all of these things are said to comprise the deep web because they don’t exist at the surface of the web.
Conduct your own research on the DEEP WEB and the DARK WEB. Explain the differences and why they exist. Include the types of information that may be found on each. (minimum 600 words)
2.After conducting your research on the DEEP WEB and the DARK WEB, briefly explain what you learned from this research. For this discussion, a paragraph or two is enough to explain your findings.(minimum 300 words)
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