How Deep Does the Web Go?

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Like an iceberg, a large portion of the Internet is obscured from easy view. That’s right. It is literally a “hole” new world. This unindexed section of the Internet is dubbed “the Deep Web” and more and more criminal activity is moving away from the light of day and into to the shadowy corners.

Today, the Deep Web has evolved and has turned into an immense information-sharing tool that is making it easier for criminals to do their job more thoroughly.I was recently a featured blogger on Wired Innovation on this topic. I encourage you to take a moment and learn about this fascinating underground world and more importantly, what government and the private sector are doing to try and catch up to the very large lead that the hacker community has been building.

http://insights.wired.com/profiles/blogs/what-s-lurking-in-the-deep-end-of-the-internet?xg_source=msg_appr_blogpost#axzz3U6FOVsNF

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