#darkweb #tor #deepweb Tor Browser offers the best anonymous web browsing available today, and researchers are hard at work improving Tor's anonymity properties. If you're investigating a competitor, researching an opposing litigant in a legal dispute, or just think it's creepy for your ISP or the government to know what websites you visit, then the Tor Browser might be the right solution for you. More and more people are browsing the web from their phones, and in poorer parts of the world that are mobile first, people are browsing the web only from their phones. As a result, the Tor Project has spent a couple years working to build a better Tor Browser for mobile phone users. For most people, using Tor Browser is as simple as downloading it and running it, the same way you'd download Chrome or Firefox. If you've never used Tor, the first thing you'll notice is that it's slow — or at least, slower than regular internet browsing. Still, Tor has gotten quite a bit faster over the years, and with a good internet connection, you can even watch YouTube videos over Tor. Using Tor Browser comes with one major annoyance: Many prominent web services block access to Tor, often without useful error messages. If a site you normally visit suddenly returns 404 when visiting over Tor, the service is likely blocking Tor traffic and being needlessly opaque about it. Sites that do not block Tor might push you to click through a ton of captchas. It's not the end of the world, but it is annoying.
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