A recent Business Week article titled “Inside Pfizer’s Fight Against Counterfeit Drugs” talks about how big the pharmaceutical fraud and counterfeiting problem is. “According to company data, in 2010 authorities from53 countries seized 8.4 million tablets, capsules, and vials of counterfeit Pfizer drugs” (Business Week, Pg. 2). The problem is huge and not only costs […]
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Our last post talked about why you should tap into the Deep Web in 2013. We now want to talk about what you can tap into on the Deep Web in 2013. Is there some project or task in your business that requires you or one of your employees to go from website to website […]
Read the 2014 post here. For 2013, it is important to tap into the rich resources existing in the Deep Web. The last time an extensive study was completed estimating the size of the Deep Web was in a 2001 study – a time when the internet consisted of only approximately three million different domains. […]
Everyone and their mom knows how to “Google” stuff. The search engine long ago became a verb meaning the act of instantly finding answers on the Internet. Type your keyword in the search box (this technique doesn’t work as well) and BOOM! Millions of answers at your fingertips. People across the business, government, and healthcare […]
Eleven years ago, BrightPlanet coined the term “Deep Web” to describe Internet databases not reached by surface web crawlers like Google, Bing, or Yahoo. However, there continues to be confusion between the Deep Web and the Dark Web. There are major differences between the two terms; Deep Web and Dark Web should NOT be used interchangeably.
Who won the presidential debate? We monitored tweets in Ohio and Iowa and compared the results to see who won according to the Twitterverse. See the surprising results.
When it comes to harvesting open-source Big Data from the Deep Web, stakeholders within every step of the data chain are concerned about the legal issues surrounding privacy and civil liberties. Professionals in law enforcement and the intelligence community, in particular, are concerned with protecting privacy, civil rights, and civil liberties. Below are two helpful […]
It’s an election year and campaign season is in full swing. Commercials are on every television and radio station, polling cold-calls are being made, and rallies are creating buzz. The world of politics is large, competitive, and fast-paced. Real-time updates and information published on non-indexed websites can make it virtually impossible to stay on top […]
BrightPlanet’s Deep Web Silos are individual repositories for topic-specific content, and are updated with new and relevant information from the Deep Web Harvester in real-time. Each one is filled with high-quality Deep Web resources – databases, RSS feeds, and more – that lie beyond the reach of traditional search engines. They also include standard analytical […]
Far below the surface of the Internet lies the Deep Web. Google can’t take you there, nor can any other standard search engine. The Deep Web is full of valuable research, content and data sets too large for the average Internet user to analyze one click at a time. The Deep Web can be accessed […]