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That's what I meant by volumes, have a series. And c'mon, we can't just talk about the positive, the negative has got to be mentioned.

It would be a long process, but it's just one of those things I've thought about over the last few weeks.
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http://youtube.com/user/vice

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Y2K-kyle wrote:That's what I meant by volumes, have a series. And c'mon, we can't just talk about the positive, the negative has got to be mentioned.

It would be a long process, but it's just one of those things I've thought about over the last few weeks.
Yea, you'd have to discuss the mountains of child pornography and both adult and child prostitution through sites like craigslist.

But then there's deep web, do you know what that is?
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I believe so.....
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You sure?
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Deep web is cool shit.
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I'm gonna have to disagree with you there buddy.
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But why? I'm not interested in buying organs or people or looking for cp.
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Schneider wrote:But why? I'm not interested in buying organs or people or looking for cp.
I think I get the idea of Deep Web now :lol:
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Well, idk about the uk, but if you go on there the FBI tracks you.

It's also for human trafficking, people there can easily hack your computer, child porn, watching deaths live etc
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Well, I wasn't going to THAT deep with the whole internet documentary thing. Then again I only had a few topics when I was coming up with the idea.
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It's super interesting, if there was a doc about it is watch it. But I wouldn't make one, you can hire assassins. I've always kinda wanted to go because they say a lot of stuff that the news is not allowed to reported is reported on there.
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Nah Megs, you've got it all wrong. The FBI can't track you on the Deep Web if you're not specifically looking for illegal things. A lot of the deepweb is full of activism and freedom-of-information and of internet stuff. It's a fascinating community of highly skilled and intellectual people whose main interest is providing a people-run Internet rather than a state/federal or corporate-run one.

The deepweb is a part of the Internet that is invisible because it is not indexed by search engines, which provide everyone - including the government - with access to websites. Sure, the FBI and CIA absolutely have more access to the Internet than you or I or many establishments, but if you've got no IP address (a function built into the Deep Web's browser/application, TOR) they don't know who you are. There are no servers they can raid because everything is anonymous and, if you know what you're doing, encrypted. It's truly the last free place in the entire world.

Though most of it is vile (child porn is the most disgusting thing on earth, and any "human trafficking" that happens there is terrible too), most of it is just things that people who are resourceful are looking for that someone decided were worthy of existing somewhere on the Internet. Some of the time it's weird drugs, or ammo, or a fake ID, or something. Other times it's cheap computer parts or something. I've never bought anything there because it's sketchy, but I'm sure I'll probably see something that looks like it's worthy of my money there eventually.

There's also a really interesting concept going on right now somewhere in Scandanavia (Norway, or Denmark maybe) where people are launching satellites into space to create a new layer of the Internet called the "Outernet", which would be controlled by no government or state. I personally hope it succeeds and replaces the Internet and that Bitcoin comes to rival the dollar. It'd be awesome.
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Wow, I thought that they did that because of what I read. But it was probably just someone with a hidden agenda.

I've always wanted to go (for the activism and free speech stuff), and supposedly there's a lot of paranormal videos and alien videos that you can't find in surface web.
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I'm currently watching a documentary on the O.J. Simpson trial. I suppose after the FX show, The People v. O.J. Simpson, they decided they needed a new documentary.

Honestly, the show on FX is pretty decent, except for John Travolta's hairline (YIKES!) but I've enjoyed it. The whole case is interested to me. There are so many outside factors that led to O.J. being acquitted. The judicial system is a strange thing.

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