Deep Web

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The Deep Web includes the entire Internet network content that is not accessible through conventional search engines such as Google. This means up to 90% of all Internet content. Among other things, it includes, among others, protected websites, emails, and temporary websites. It is not the same as the Dark Web, but the former includes the latter.

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