when was the deep web(98% of the rest of the internet) banned, by who and why?

Dan Howard

Ad Honorem
Aug 2014
4,864
Australia
It is hardly banned; it is just not indexed by search engines. Get a Tor Browser and you can access all the deep web you want.
 

AlpinLuke

Forum Staff
Oct 2011
27,179
Italy, Lago Maggiore
Actually deep web is a term created to indicate what's under the surface, but if you know how to dive into those "waters", you can find all you want. And don't think to illegal or odd things: for example all private forums and private networks are in the deep web [and may be they belonged to religious organizations or medical research institutes ... who want not to be visible on the web].

Also on indexed archives are technically in the deep web [I have noted, for example, that so far a part of the archive of Historum, the one coming from the old site, is not that totally indexed, this means that also a part of Historum is in the deep web ... but if you use the internal search engine of Historum ...].
 

janusdviveidis

Ad Honorem
Mar 2014
2,002
Lithuania
You can argue that internet is one of the most important aspects of modern history. Question is if actions discussed took place before or after 1990.
 

Dan Howard

Ad Honorem
Aug 2014
4,864
Australia
What's this got to do with history?
Technically, old Historum archive files are historical documents. If they are archived in a non-searchable format, then those historical documents are in the deep web. So the deep web is a relevant subject for Historum. :p
 
May 2015
40
Texas
Ok, sorry my mistake. why was it indexed? by who and why? the events that took place for this to happen should be apart of history? no?