For many, Google Search defines the known boundaries of the internet. To some degree that’s true, with a majority of the commercial web activity occurring on easily searchable common domains. But there are other levels to the internet.
Beyond the roughly five percent of the sites that are commercially searchable today, there’s also what’s called the “deep web.” This comprises the majority of the remaining internet, a vast region containing unstructured data from sensors and devices, temporary pages, or pages hidden behind password protection. Think of your public library. Or your workplace.
Author: Robert Vamosi