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[Image: cropped-1314-9.png]The dark web, like its presence, has a very interesting past. It began almost with a clear net and went side by side. It was the Irish programming specialist, Ion Clarke, who began the Free Net idea. For global computers, this has become a peer-to-peer scheme. The key attraction of the free net was the centralisation of data via dark web sites. As anonymity was the buzz word back then as well, this became a big success. Users have benefited from expressing their concerns in an anonymous format through remaining anonymous. This led to TOR, the acclaimed dark web browser and Invisible Internet Project, being created.

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