A number of dark web users in North America, Asia, Latin America, and BRICS admitted in a recent report that they resort to the TOR and the anonymous part of the internet to access contents declared unavailable in their region. BBC News dark web version is a typical example of dark web websites accessed by dark web users across all regions but unavailable to some regions on the surface web.
Others admitted that they go anonymous to keep their identity private and hide their activities while just 13% admitted to using the dark web for illegal stuff. The survey portrays that there is a lot to do on the dark web within the framework of the law. Just like the surface web, there are a lot of informative platforms you won’t believe exist over there. Many people use the dark web to visit these sites and keep their activities opposite to what is speculated on the media. This article will introduce readers to a few of these websites.
Bibliomaniac is an interesting dark web website that encourages intellectual discussion and facilitates the share of knowledge. This part of the anonymous internet is widely common on the surface web. Many people are completely unaware that the dark web has websites that offer online book clubs or free books of your choice to read.
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Bibliomaniac is a website on the dark web that is dedicated to providing book services to users. One interesting thing about the dark web is that most books that cannot be found on the surface web can be found on the dark web. It is important to note that though your activities may be hidden from third parties, it is still a crime to download copyrighted materials.
Hidden Answers (Just like Reddit on Surface Web)
This is another interesting dark web website that provides the grounds for anyone to ask questions on any topic and may be answered by other people in the community. In fact, it is more likely to encounter a sensitive topic or a discussion you may not want to see since this part of the internet is not filtered. The truth is that you may be able to ask any question without fear or favor whiles keeping your identity intact. It is seen as the dark web version of the Quora or Reddit.
Secure Drop is another interesting dark web website to visit. This part of the internet provides the platform for whistleblowers and journalists to meet. On the surface web, it is way dangerous to disclose information about a company to journalists as there is a higher chance of being tracked and punished.
On the Secure Drop, the privacy and the identity of whistleblowers are secured as they give valuable information to journalists without any fear. It has even been reported that a number of publication companies like Financial Times and Forbes have setup their SecureDrop URL to provide an anonymous platform for whistleblowers and possibly get news whiles protecting their source.
Blockchain (Similar to Surface Web Version)
Blockchain technology and its related cryptocurrency have been available for years. The Bitcoin, for instance, has been the main currency for many dark web markets. On the dark web are cryptocurrency platforms that provide exactly the same services like the ones on the surface web. The Blockchain is an interesting dark web website that provides the grounds for dark web users to manage their cryptocurrency wallets.
Individuals can buy and sell cryptocurrencies as well as manage their portfolios. Interestingly, most websites on the dark web also provide stock monitoring services for traders to know when to buy and sell. It is worth noting that the dark web is run just like the surface web. The only difference is anonymity.
Facebook and BBC (Similar to Surface Web Version)
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There is Facebook on the dark web. Yes, you heard me right! You can literally create a Facebook account on the dark web and provide all the requested information without any problem. This has been done to give the opportunity to people living in social media blocked regions. People can access Facebook from these regions using the dark web version, and decide to stay anonymous while dealing with government censorship.
Similarly, there are news portals on the dark web that keep people updated on global news. BBC recently launched the dark web version of its online news portal to make its contents accessible to people in blocked regions.
DuckDuckGo is a search engine on the dark web that suggests a wide range of relevant content to a searched keyword. Contrary to the other search engines, DuckDuckGo can lead you to .onion websites and does not collect or share your personal information. This makes it an ideal and very interesting dark web website for people who want to go completely anonymous on the dark web.
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