>>17198360 That's not an accurate diagram. Ok, there's the regular web, which you can split into 3 categories. The top level is shit everyone knows, like Facebook, YouTube, reddit, imdb, Wikipedia, etc. The next layer is stuff that isn't as popular but that still shows up on a Google search. Now, the third layer is technically also the first layer of the deep web. Its all the sites on the regular internet that can't be found with a search engine. Its weird because it can include facebooks. If you have your Facebook hidden from everyone but friends then your Facebook is technically on the deep web. That's why it's called the deep web, it's deeper than a search engine will get you. So, If you have a site, and on that site you have a link to another page on your site, and on that page you have another link to a third page on your site that can only be found through the second page. That third page won't be visible on a Google search and is part of the deep web even though you can get to it from the regular web. So, now we have the second layer of the deep web, which is the onion network. That's what tor stand for. The Onion Network. Make sense? Its easily accessible, but it requires a little extra programming because it's not the same as http. It was created by the navy. Its deep in the web, but it's not secret or hidden or hard to get to. Now, there are three more levels after that. There is a layer that's like tor, but you actually have to do all the programming type stuff yourself. Its what people think tor is. After that you have the government layer. This is where you need to have some programming experience, and then you have to get through the toughest firewalls.
>>17198484 Some people consider those two layers to be the dark web, which is different than the deep web. The last layer is actually the only layer that is the dark web. It is the information layer. Its more bytes of information than you could probably imagine, and Its hard to make heads or tails of, but If you could map it out it would tell you everything that's happening everywhere pretty much. Studying it could potentially lead to break throughs in quantum computing.
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