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What is the Deep Web?

The Deep Web is the part of the Internet that is not visible to search engines like Google. This content generally requires credentials to access, and it represents 96 percent of the Internet. While academic and business databases make up the bulk of the Deep Web, some of it is only accessible with specialized tools: The Dark Web.

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