The Importance Of The Dark Web

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According to www.wired.com the dark web is defined as: “ a collection of thousands of websites that use anonymity tools like Tor and I2P to hide their IP address. While it’s most famously been used for black market drug sales and even child pornography, the Dark Web also enables anonymous whistleblowing and protects users from surveillance and censorship. Many people confuse the dark web with the deep web even though they are completely two different things. Unlike, the dark web the deep web is defined as: “all web pages that search engines cannot find. Thus the 'Deep Web ' includes the 'Dark Web ', but also includes all user databases, webmail pages, registration-required web forums, and pages behind paywalls. There are huge numbers of such pages, and most exist for mundane reasons”. …show more content…
While researching the dark web a came across a web site called: http://www.hire-a-killer.com/. On this website an individual can pay a hitman to kill anyone the website lists several options such as: dogs, senior citizens, in-laws, ex 's, customer service representatives, celebrities/politicians/business tycoons, etc. They also give the customer a vast amount of choices to determine how they want an individual to die; these options include: accident (car, drowning, etc.), explosion, suicide, bullet, poisoning, or killer 's choice. The prices for killing an individual on the website depends on the category; they have three categories: standard, buy 1 get 1 half off, and V.I.P. The Standard option starts at $8,000 a hitman will only kill dogs, regular citizens, family members, and etc in this category. The buy 1 get 1 half off option starts at $12,000 a hitman will only kill couples, parents, owner & pet, etc in this category. The V.I.P. option starts at $25,000 a hitman only will kill celebrities, business tycoons, politicians, etc, in this

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