Though the average person may think they have full access to the internet, most only touch the tip of the iceberg that is the web.
Google and other search engines access what’s called the surface web, which is the equivalent of about .03% of the internet.
The rest is known as the deep web and it’s somewhat of a mystery. No one knows exactly how big it is, but estimates range from 450 times to 6000 times larger than the surface web. You can only access the deep web with special software, but once you tap into it, you enter a world where your searches, transactions and every other online dealing become totally anonymous.