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deep web

also Deep Web
n.
The part of the World Wide Web that is not indexed by search engines and is therefore not included in search results.

deep Web

n
(Computer Science) computing the part of the World Wide Web not accessible through conventional search engines

deep Web

The large amount of information on web pages that search engines do not have access to.
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The report is the work of a team of Stuff journalists and is the first publicly searchable database of New Zealand homicides.
That's why National Post reporter and Michelle Lang Fellow Zane Schwartz came up with Follow the Money (nationalpost.com/followthemoney), a data journalism project that tracks contributions given to federal and provincial candidates and parties in Canada in a searchable database. The database was conceived as a tool for engaged citizens and media outlets to hold politicians accountable and use the information to demand transparency.
The next step was to bring the directory online, creating a searchable database of hygiene companies and brands on our website, allowing visitors to search for companies by brand, country and product type.
The full report, including detailed scorecards for every city, as well as a searchable database, is available online at www.hrc.org/mei.
Following an apparent hack of a number of celebrity Instagram accounts earlier this week, a website is now selling access to a searchable database of thousands of credentials, (https://arstechnica.com/information-technology/2017/09/site-sells-instagram-users-phone-and-e-mail-details-10-a-search/) Ars Technica reported.
FindCourses.com and TrainingIndustry.com have released the world's largest searchable database of corporate training providers and courses.
-- The Retail Industry Leaders Association (RILA) opposes an Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) rule that would make employers' annual injury and illness records available to the public through an online, searchable database.
To meet the need for a searchable database that helps us find information and materials, two of the WLN editorial staff have developed an open-access searchable database we're calling WcORD (Writing Center Online Resource Database).
Ms Coyle claimed the files were on a searchable database operated by TNT Archive Services and could be accessed by entering names and/or dates.
Summary: In October, the University of Houston Law Center launched a new searchable database that retains compliance codes for Fortune 500 companies.
A NEW searchable database with details of more than a thousand public and private sector funding schemes is the latest addition to the Welsh Government's Business Wales on-line information service.
Searchable database shows marinas, ramps and bait shops.