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How to Browse the Dark Web

Lifehacker: “The dark web, for the uninitiated among you, is a virtual neighborhood beyond the borders of the normal, everyday internet (which includes the website you’re looking at right now). It’s somewhere Google and Bing don’t index, and you need special tools to get to it. It’s a place where you’ll find data leaks and illegal trades, but also legitimate, legal online activities users want to carry out without attracting the attention of law enforcement agencies or governments. It’s a part of the internet that’s less regulated and more shadowy, for better and for worse. Piqued your interest? I’m going to explain how to get on the dark web and what you can find there—though of course Lifehacker doesn’t endorse doing anything that breaks the law, so I’m not going to tell you how to do something you shouldn’t…”

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