"Radicalized black websites, or message boards, can spread sensitive information to dangerous groups. In person, you can see your enemy. In the online world, they are just anonymous names. A victim of these anonymous names, however, may suffer severe consequences such as wage loss, loss of privacy, loss of digital civil rights, or even worse, someone who becomes radicalized may do something foolish. People you don't even know, nor would know in a normal day's life." - Lillee Jean
Read the full piece on the Project: Bullyish website here: https://www.projectbullyish.com/post/lillee-jean-cyberbullying-project-bullying-advocacy-effects-outside-the-screen-2022.
"While many news outlets use "deep web" and "dark web" interchangeably, much of the deep portion as a whole is perfectly legal and safe." - Kasper Sky
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