According to a recent Nielsen report, Americans spend over ten hours every day consuming media. Much of this time is spent on the internet surfing the “surface web,” which includes all websites that are searchable on a typical search engine such as Google. What many people don’t realize is that they also frequently visit the “deep web,” which consists of any websites that a search engine cannot find. The majority of websites on the deep web are harmless and can be as simple as search results for a very specific query. For example, when you search for a particular product on techdata.com, your unique search results would be considered part of the deep web since your specific results are not searchable on Google.