Just like the tip of an iceberg, we can just access 0.03% of the web through traditional search engines like Yahoo or Google. And the bottom of the iceberg, which is considered as the Deep Web or Darknet is the other 99.97% (The Darknet: surfing, n.d.).Source: http://www.alpbach.org/medienakademie/en/darknet/
A portion of the network, where the IP address of the user cannot be tracked and there are no active server running (Moreno, 2013).Source:http://www.securityartwork.es/2013/02/11/introduction-to-darknets/?lang=en
The black market is not limited to traditional setup anymore as it now expands online. At the same time governments will face more problems in trying to keep these sites down as they are having problems in stopping the traditional black markets.
Many people do not know that the Deep Web exists as it is not searchable in engines like Google. Also, the host servers do not advertise their websites openly.
With more unauthorized access to the Darknet,the harder it is for the government – locally and internationally – to secure the safety of other people.
As thedarknet is hardly detected by governments, people will be able to conduct more business through the internet wtihout being caught. This will prompt those people to sell illegal stuffs that they cannot easily exchange in a traditional setup.
Because the things that people are selling through the Darknet is illegal (ie. unlicensed weapons, banned drugs, etc.), more crimes will arise and there will be diffculty for the government or police to track those people as they cannot easily track their identity in the Internet.
With the technology being more advanced and everything can be learned through online and there will be more people who will be able to connect to the Darknet without being detected by the government.