Beyond Google: The Dark Side of the Internet
Most people assume that a Google search can identify most of the information available on a given subject. But beyond the capabilities of Google or any other search engine, there is another online world. In fact, the number of non-indexed internet sites is estimated to be 500 times larger than what a search engine can reveal. And where the sun doesn’t shine, there exists a dark side of the Internet that is a conduit for all types of illegal and often dangerous activity. Wilson Center Public Policy Fellow Daniel Sui is attempting to uncover the web’s dark underbelly and begin the process of charting the uncharted. That’s the focus of this edition of Wilson Center NOW.
Science and Technology Innovation Program
Our science and technology policy experts translate compelxity, and explore converging and emerging technologies to maximize benefits and minimize risks. Read more
Digital Futures Project
Less and less of life, war and business takes place offline. More and more, policy is transacted in a space poorly understood by traditional legal and political authorities. The Digital Futures Project is a map to constraints and opportunities generated by the innovations around the corner - a resource for policymakers navigating a world they didn’t build. Read more