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Martinez michael dark net


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1 - Introduction. Get attention of people through asking them a bit about their prior knowledge about the dark net.

2 - Explain the definition of Dark Net and its size

3- Explain some other features of Dark Net

4 - Give some examples. Explain the difference between the legal and illegal sources.

5 - Implications to E-Commerce

6 - Continuation To Implications to E-Commerce

7 - The Next Two Years: How The Government will attack certain websites in the dark net and how these websites will react

8 - The Next Two Years: How People Will react to Dark Net Awarness

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Martinez michael dark net

  1. 1. WHAT YOU NEVER KNEW EXISTED. By: Michael Martinez By: Michael C. Martinez
  2. 2. WHAT IS IT? Refers to the massive repository of information and online content that search engines and directories don’t have access to. HOW BIG IS IT? It is estimated to be 500 times bigger than the searchable Web, given that Google covers 8 billions pages.
  3. 3. WHY IS IT INVISIBLE? Technical barriers as put up by its sit owners allow its pages to be exuded from search engine spiders. Proxy servers, encryption, other security measures guard these websites. WHAT CAN IT PROVIDE? It provides information and resources that you cannot typically get from usual search engines. It also contains a lot of secured information.
  4. 4. SOME EXAMPLES: LEGAL: • Secured Academic Databases (E-books, Scholarly Journals, Etc) • Subscription-Only Information and Other Password-Protected Data • Government-Restricted Information ILLEGAL: • Criminal Activity Portals & Databases • Online Market Places That offer illegal pornography, drugs, weapons, etc.
  5. 5. IMPLICATIONS TO E-COMMERCE (1) For the illegal aspect of the dark net, black market merchants and criminals will continue to see the advantages of utilizing the internet and world wide web and continue to promote and sell illegal products and services. (2) The dark net will continue to grow as long as buyers and sellers are allowed to interact through what are considered illegal websites. (3) As for the invisible net that is considered “legal”, these websites will continue to legally exist through the strong value proposition it provides its consumers.
  6. 6. IMPLICATIONS TO E-COMMERCE 4) Websites who have captured the interest and engagement of a certain market will continue to capitalize on its target consumers and position itself to profit in a world of anonymous commerce and communication. 5) In the long-term, e-commerce websites will provide stricter measures of privacy for its users and customers. This will cause more anonymity with profiles, payments, services, and product deliveries.
  7. 7. THE NEXT TWO YEARS (1) Existing websites that promote illegal activity and provide illegal content such as torrent websites and black market websites will be challenged as government laws that concern E-commerce activity become stricter and more controlling. (2) New innovations on online illegal activity will emanate up as geniuses come up with smarter ways to make their way around government laws.
  8. 8. THE NEXT TWO YEARS 3) The strong players in the dark net will continue to exist and provide low cost, high-quality service to large group of consumers. 4) More people will be made aware of these kinds of websites. Many will be tempted to use black market websites to get illegal products and services.