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    public sphere on the Deep Web. The example of the Ashley Madison leaks being attributed to the formation of public opinion on a social issue supports the identification of Deep Web as a public sphere, using important themes like anonymity and independence. However, as previously mentioned, the public sphere is an important political tool in democratic society because it gives citizens the power to influence political action. In consideration of Internet studies, the subject of subcultures will be analyzed, identifying Internet activism as a major contribution to the influence of political action. The organization WikiLeaks will show how the Deep…

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    “The Hidden Web”, or most infamously known as “The Deep Web”, is a portion of the Internet that is not indexed by standard search engines like Google, Bing, Yahoo, etcetera. The reason for this is because standard search engines cannot directly access data that is held in databases, which makes it incredibly difficult for search engines to index. So, how does one go about entering the Deep Web? And what are their intentions? Even though an ordinary person like you and me have no business to…

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    Deep Web And Dark Web

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    called the surface web (Bocij, 2013). The other information is referred to as the deep web and it is not easily searched because the sites have security and private measures. Inside the deep web there is dark web in which information is encrypted form and the users and owners are usually anonymous. The Dark Web Dark web is a term that is used to refer to a collection of websites that are publicly…

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    The deep web is a portion of the internet that is not indexed in standard browsers. The name deep web comes from the analogy that search engines are like nets that are being dragged across the ocean gathering up the information, but the the so called “wealthy” information is in the depths of the ocean floor, thus calling it the Deep Web. “The Deep Web has developed a reputation for sinister activities, most of the Deep Web is commonly accessed by everyday Internet users. Search engines index…

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    The area not visible to this search is called the deep web, is often mistakenly referred to as the dark web. The dark web is a space within the deep web where child pornography, snuff videos, and other illegal and horrifying acts take place, sometimes live on a webcam. The deep web itself is a wide array of websites that have been put out of use, carry out less violent illegal activities such as the buying and selling of medical supplies and drugs, and any other actions with which a person does…

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    They are the eight principles that all deep ecologists follow. The fifth principle states, present human interference with the nonhuman world is excessive, and the situation is rapidly worsening (The Anarchist Library). For example, 137 species of animals are becoming extinct each day, which adds up to 50,005 species disappearing every year, because of deforestation (Oocities). If we don’t start doing something about this issue the world’s animal population will become extinct, and that’s only…

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    their involvement. Woodward and Bernstein spent majority of their time organizing all of their information before publishing the final paper. They investigated different sources to gather information about the scandal. Both Woodward and Bernstein had allegations that the break-in was peculiar, but with no proof they did not have a story. Woodward and Bernstein looked into the legal knowledge of what limits they could stretch. Both writes were aware that the break-in was odd, but the two…

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    public spheres and the Deep Web public sphere is that of discourse, which users rely on, and which follow many of the of the rhetoric properties of the author’s rhetoric public sphere. For example, the author discusses the permeable boundaries of rhetoric public spheres, and how people outside territorial groups can contribute to the discourse. This coincides…

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    arrest, Ulbricht was the founder and the operator of the notorious, and highly illegal Silk Road Market, operating deep within the internet, which is not accessible by standard search engines, nor is indexed by these search engines. The arrest have sparked a nationwide interest, and introduced a variety of new terms, unknown to most computer users, the new expressions are deep web, dark web, Tor Network, and many others. (Weiser, 2015). Nonetheless, the first attempt to create an anonymous…

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    Markeus tried luring in the siren and threw the shell. While she momentarily became unconscious, Markeus used this opportunity and slayed the siren with the diamond encrusted silver sword. Meanwhile Arseren fell deeper and deeper into the ocean, Markeus swam up the throne, and saw the box of light. Joy and happiness was all he felt, it was a feeling he hasn’t felt before. After grabbing the box, Markeus swam out of the caves, and up towards the surface of the water. He then, stepped onto the…

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