When I said the Deep Web is legal I meant it, in fact, some major companies including Facebook have deep web versions of their sites.
This indicates that deep web isn’t illegal and can be safely accessed and used as long as no illegal action is committed on the deep web.
Deep Web was created for people who are privacy and security conscious and would like to exercise rights such as free speech or expose corruption without bringing harm to themselves.
So it’s 100% legal, as long as you’re exclusively on the “deep web” and aren’t doing anything illegal. Here are some legal deep web sites which aren’t only legal, but also have won prestigious prizes such as the Pulitzer for their vigilance.
So here are some answers for how to access the deep web, or better yet, how to access legal sites on the deep web.
ProPublica is a journalism website which owns the Pulitzer and is funded by some very (very) rich organizations.
If you’d rather be anonymous and not get your data indexed on search engines, you can use this deep web version of Facebook.
The world is a centralized organization (Wow, that turned into a great quote actually!). Anyway, what Sci-Hub does is, make it decentralized.
It grants you access to some of the most premium, proven, hardcore scientific papers, for free!
The point of me listing all these legal deep web sites is to prove that the deep web isn’t illegal, it’s a more “liberal” kind of Internet, the way internet was supposed to be.
I’ll sum this “how to access the deep web” guide up shortly, after answering one more common question that arises with the deep web.