Comment Synopsis According to the Oxford Internet Institute, the Tor browser is estimated to have betweento 1 million daily users from India. In an age where newage Internet firms are engaging in grabbing user data, more people like Zoha are logging on to browsers such as TorFreenetI2P and Tails to surf the net anonymously. Free from earnings on the Internet without investments tor 41 and interference, the dark netis gradually transforming into a sheltered space for privacy conscious users.
As it becomes mainstream among middle-aged folks, the dark net is shedding its negative connotation and its association as a hideout for whistle-blowers,a den for drug dealers and a go-to source for hacking services is slowly washing off. Elloan ad-free social networking site that refrains from selling user data to third parties or enforcing a real-name policy, has attracted a high number of Indian users.
Its creators refuse to divulge the numbers. Top artists, designers, musicians, storytellers and other creators gather on this network.
According to the Oxford Internet Institute, the Tor browser is estimated to have betweento 1 million daily users from India. The development of this trend in India is still nascent compared with the US or European countries such as Germany, which constitute As the number of users that access the dark net continues to rise, hundreds of activists are emerging with new techniques and tools to keep online privacy intact.
Ethereum, a platform that was crowdfunded during Augustattempts to link the connected and unused hard drives of millions of computers around the world to create a distributed Internet that no one controls. The dark net — any part of the Internet that is inaccessible to search engines -- could eventually face retaliation from governments in the near future, if the number of users escalates, said Barai of iViz. Read More News on.
Yet, while the internet has dramatically expanded the ability to share knowledge, it has also made issues of privacy more complicated.