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Did you know that relevant research and academic articles are available on the deep web? Did you know that Google, Bing, and other web search engines cannot search these sites?
"The deep Web is the part of the Internet that is inaccessible to conventional search engine s, and consequently, to most users. According to researcher Marcus P. Zillman of DeepWebResearch.info, as of January 2006, the deep Web contained somewhere in the vicinity of 900 billion pages of information. In contrast, Google, the largest search engine, had indexed just 25 billion pages.
Deep Web content includes information in private databases that are accessible over the Internet but not intended to be crawled by search engines. For example, some universities, government agencies and other organizations maintain databases of information that were not created for general public access. Other sites may restrict database access to members or subscribers." Taken from Whatis.com on August 9, 2011.