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    I've just discovered "The deep web" (post a story)

    Ok so, I had no idea what "The deep web" was.

    I'm sure I've heard it but I bet that name just flew over my head. Just recently while on youtube I've ran into this ->

    And apparently it can be used for good and bad things.

    Anyone have any deep web experiences? Cause the youtube comments on this video is crazy.

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    I now know where to look if I ever need some Israeli's to send me a shipment of C4, Semtex, or UZI's. Apparently they also take special orders for other random, very illegal **** too. And now I'm on a list.

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    Getting on the deep web for the first time was a little bit like discovering the internet itself when I was a kid, everything felt super-secret and dangerous again. I did feel like everything was so ridiculously easy to find, I have to doubt its authenticity in many cases; within minutes of starting I'd find sites offering various narcotics and prescription drugs for sale, firearms, hitman services, fake passports, CP up to your eyeballs, and much more. There's also a site called something like catfacts.com that displays a random fact about cats every time you load it up, so it's not all insidious.

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    My understanding of the deep web is that it's about 70% child pornography, 20% drug trafficking, and 10% miscellaneous.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TheMightyMcClaw View Post
    My understanding of the deep web is that it's about 70% child pornography, 20% drug trafficking, and 10% miscellaneous.
    There is some legitimately cool (though slightly illegal) electronic **** available too. Earpieces that you place inside your ear that are powered by induction. Cellphone jammers. Refund scams that you can do with people that work at Amazon. All the chemicals you need to cook meth.

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    I'm hearing that it's super easy to avoid all the nastier things on the deep web as long as you don't go looking for it or clicking on random links.

    As for now, I don't have a reason for venturing it. I feel like the deep web is this huge underground society where all the good and bad people do their stuff.

    Now I know where the "I got it from the internet" inside jokes come from lol.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ghost55 View Post
    There is some legitimately cool (though slightly illegal) electronic **** available too. Earpieces that you place inside your ear that are powered by induction. Cellphone jammers. Refund scams that you can do with people that work at Amazon. All the chemicals you need to cook meth.
    Earpieces powered by induction? Sounds like a scam to me. Powering something throw induction requires both electricity and magnetism.
    Also their would be nothing illegal about this concept if you could get it to work so if it does work their is no reason to sell that **** on the dark web instead of amazon.
    As for the rest of the stuff you can get it all on the normal web as well.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ghost55 View Post
    There is some legitimately cool (though slightly illegal) electronic **** available too. Earpieces that you place inside your ear that are powered by induction. Cellphone jammers. Refund scams that you can do with people that work at Amazon. All the chemicals you need to cook meth.
    They are not "powered by induction", they work via acoustic conduction, through bone. They're useful at lower frequencies used in speech etc...not so great with harmonics and high frequency signals. Panasonic makes a whole line of them that are visible and work via Bluetooth, but there are most certainly covert versions designed to not be seen.

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    Its okay but I prefer brick and mortar black markets.

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