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 canâ€™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 doesnâ€™t have a permanent URL â€” all of these things are said to comprise the deep web because they donâ€™t exist at the surface of the web.
Part one :
- 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.
- Briefly explain what you learned from this research in one (or) two paragraphs in new word page
No Plagiarism && 650-750 words.