One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
The part of the World Wide Web that is not discoverable by means of standard search engines, including password-protected or dynamic pages and encrypted networks.‘the biggest weakness of the Deep Web is also its greatest strength: it's really hard to find anything’
- ‘It is estimated that up to 20,000 users based in the UK access the dark web, or "deep web", every day.’
- ‘In 2001 he published a paper on the Deep Web that is still regularly cited today.’
- ‘Much of the deep web isn't indexed by Google because it's boring, or inaccessible without passwords.’
- ‘Most of the invisible or deep web is made up of the contents of thousands of specialized searchable databases made available via the web.’
- ‘For a more comprehensive list of search engines, including those that give access to the Deep Web, see: Internet Search Engines.’
- ‘I think it's a very small fraction of the deep web which search engines are bringing to the surface.’
- ‘No one has a really good estimate of how big the Deep Web is.’
- ‘They are writing complex computer codes that can dig down into the so-called Deep Web and scour the most obscure corners of the internet in the blink of an electronic eye.’
- ‘"The deep web is currently 400 to 550 times larger than the commonly defined world wide web," he wrote.’
- ‘Surely if knowledge of the Deep Web has taught me anything, it is that I should plan my search before I start.’
- ‘It's not actually feasible to index the whole deep web.’
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