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The Dark Web (basically online content that is purposefully inaccessible from mainstream web browsers and search engines) poses many new challenges for investigators of online crime that requires a sophisticated approach to understanding its topography, according to a new working paper issued by the Global Commission on Internet Governance (GCIG).

The working paper, The Impact of the Dark Web on Internet Governance and Cyber Security, was co-authored by Michael Chertoff and Tobby Simon who represent the Chertoff Group and The Synergia Foundation, respectively. It is the sixth report in a GCIG series which looks at a range of Internet governance challenges, and is...

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