The Dark Web Explained
For most of us, the dark web is a mysterious place. This segment of the internet isn’t accessible using Chrome, Safari, or other popular browsers. People use the dark web for a wide range of reasons, all of which have to do with a desire for privacy. It’s a place where people whose governments suppress free speech can exchange ideas with less fear of prosecution, where journalists can communicate with sources while protecting their anonymity, and where law enforcement agents can conduct undercover investigations. The dark web is best known, however, as a place for illegal activity.
Whether you've visited the dark web or not, you and businesses alike should have concerns whether your information is on the dark web. Download this eBook, The Dark Web Explained, to learn more.
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