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Re: [tor-talk] darkweb-everywhere - was: Using HTTPS Everywhere to redirect to .onion
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What does âDark Webâ mean at all? It is usually defined as âweb content
that doesn't get indexed by search enginesâ but as soon as this
definition is estabilished it gets silently dismissed, and Dark Web is
then used to label .onion servers exclusively. Isn't (a good deal of)
Facebook also unindexed? AOL Network? Other walled gardens and private
The next step is of course âDark Webâ = âweb of drug dealers,
pedophiles and murderersâ. While the initial point was merely âstuff
you can't Googleâ.
It almost feels like somebody deliberately attempts to create a
On 14 ÐÐÐ 2014 Ð. 14:46:15, Nicolas Vigier wrote:
> On Tue, 13 May 2014, Patrick Schleizer wrote:
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>> "HTTPS Everywhere rulesets for hidden services and eepsites."
>> Just sharing it, because I thought it's an interesting follow up to
>> our previous discussion "Using HTTPS Everywhere to redirect to .onion"
>> here on tor-talk. I haven't looked closer into that project.
> It's a little sad that so many people like to use the word "DarkWeb"
> to talk about .onion websites, because it sounds like something scary
> or bad.
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