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The deep web is Internet content not indexed by search engines. It includes work portals, academic databases and private members websites not publicly accessible. Estimates put the deep web at about 500 times the size of the public web, containing over 500 billion pages of content not indexed by Google. It is difficult to gauge the deep web’s size, because it has been intentionally not indexed for public consumption.

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