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Web 3.0 is the third generation of internet services that is designed to focus on using a machine based understanding of data to provide a data driven and Semantic Web. The goal is to provide more decentralized, intelligent, secure and connected websites that provide anonymity. The main drawback that Web 3.0 has is that it is difficult to regulate, as a result of an increase in cyber fraud, cyber bullying, online abuse and online abuse. There are security concerns about what users will do with such available information.