Definition Edit

The surface Web (also known as the visible Web or indexable Web) is that portion of the World Wide Web that is indexable by conventional search engines.

Overview Edit

The surface Web, which people use routinely, consists of data that [[search engine]s can find and then offer up in response to queries. This is only the tip of the iceberg — a traditional search engine sees about 0.03 percent of the information that is available. Much of the rest is submerged in what is called the deep Web.

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