An investigation into whether 18- 30 year olds view the Dark Web as relevant - A perspective of cyber privacy
Davies, Sion Wyn Irfon
Cardiff Metropolitan University
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This study aims to investigate whether 18- 30 year olds view the Dark Web as relevant, having a focus on their cyber security, and to produce recommendations to Dark Web users and TOR developers in maintaining or making it relevant. The continual advancement in technology and information warfare has created a need for individuals to be able to use the Web in anonymity and privately, with the knowledge that their information is secure. As this evolution of computing and information continues, if the use of more secure and socially deemed seedy tools like the Dark Web the way forward? Data for the study was conducted via a questionnaire, and semi-structured interviews were also undertaken. Ultimately, a conclusion was derived from this project which suggests that the Dark Web is seen as relevant but not by a clear majority, but it is a vital tool in the efforts of information freedom and privacy for internet users.
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