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Deep web vs. dark web: Are they different?

Most people visit the same few websites every day. These may include social media platforms, news sites, popular blogs or online stores. Usually, it is possible to trace an internet user's every online move. This data is invaluable to advertisers, law enforcement agencies and other entities that have an interest in your private information.

Fentanyl: Here's what parents need to know.

Through the dark web, tech-savvy teenagers are able to purchase dangerous drugs, including a synthetic drug that is 50 times more dangerous than street heroin: fentanyl. If you suspect your child is using drugs, you need to know about fentanyl and take steps to keep them alive and out of the courts. 

To plea or not to plea: 5 factors of plea bargaining

One of the most difficult decisions you can make during criminal court proceedings is whether or not to take a plea bargain. On one hand, you could receive a lesser punishment. On the other hand, you might lose the ability to hold a fair trial first. This choice is so difficult that it has been controversial for decades. Regardless, 9 out of 10 defendants accept a plea bargain on average.

A blazing red flag

The word savvy is defined as being shrewd and knowledgeable; having common sense and good judgment. To be a savvy investor, one should not only have common sense and good judgment, but use them too. When the claim is made that an investment is crash proof and has no risk, your inner BS detector should be firing on all cylinders, sounding the alarm like the reactor is headed for imminent meltdown and waving a gigantic blazing red flag.

White collar crimes and the 'dark web'

The internet is divided into two hemispheres: the surface web, which is the one we are all familiar with, and the dark web, also known as the deep web, which search engines can't see and many of us have never ventured into. What exists in this unseen deep web includes opportunities for individuals to operate without concern that their locations or identities will be immediately apparent to others.

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    2. South Carolina Association of criminal Defense Lawyers
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    4. South Carolina Bar
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    2. Justice 360 | Advancing Equality in the justice System
    3. Jefferson Awards Foundation
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