Should all questions be allowed regarding the deep web? There are several things to take into considerations regarding metrics of Q&A regarding the deepweb proposal.
Moral/Ethical - there are numerous reasons to browse the deep web. Many legitimate, some not so. Should questions about accessing services that morally reprehensible be allowed? There may be questions regarding how to purchase drugs, slaves, weapons and who knows what else.
Technical - Should technical questions hold merit? There are many ways to potentially access deep web services. Should questions regarding howto, technical support, encryption, routing, PKI, personal layered security, tools to protect anonymity be allowed?
Usage - How do I use the deep web? Questions regarding how you can use the deep web may well pop up. Perhaps a revolutionary individual is asking how to use the deep web to overthrow a government? How would that be handled? Can we consider it a valid question?
I believe there are more possible scenarios.
My ultimate question is, what framework should questions be judged as legitimate or not?
If morality is the metric, who get's to decide if it's moral or not? Technical seems straight forward, yes/no? Usage seems to create interesting questions, how would someones request on using the Deep Web for some political means be disseminated and validated as legitimate? What if the person asking the question was a capitalist attempting the overthrow a socialist government? What if the OP was an anarchist attempting to overthrow a capitalist state?