Google to extend reports on Dark web


Alright, it’s time to talk about the dark web. No, it’s not a place where Spider-Man hangs out – it’s actually a hidden part of the internet that’s not accessible through your regular old web browser.

Google is now taking steps to help users stay safe while browsing by expanding its dark web reports to all U.S. Gmail users. So, what exactly is the dark web? Well, think of it as the seedy underbelly of the internet. It’s a place where people can buy and sell illegal goods, hire hitmen (yikes), and engage in all sorts of nefarious activities.

By expanding its dark web reports, Google is making it easier for users to scan their accounts and find out if their information is being sold or traded on the dark web. This is important because if your information is out there, you could become a victim of identity theft or other crimes.

Source: Google

But fear not! Google is also providing users with steps to take if their information does show up on the dark web. By following these steps, you can take control of your data and protect yourself from any potential harm.

So, whether you’re a Google One subscriber or a regular ol’ Gmail user, rest assured that Google is working hard to keep you safe while browsing. While it’s unlikely you’ll ever stumble upon the dark web by accident, just remember to close your browser and run in the opposite direction. Trust us, you don’t want to hang out on that part of the internet.

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