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10 June 2012

A recent Freedom of Information request has forced the Department of Homeland Security to release the keywords and phrases it uses to patrol the web for domestic and external threats. The list contains obvious terms like “dirty bomb,” “assassination” and “Al Qaeda,” but also includes such broad and ambiguous terms as “Mexico,” “agriculture,” and “wave”. (Salon.com)

Since I write about Mexico, and that means I write occasionally about agriculture, I probably get a wave of hits.

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  1. mercadodivisas permalink
    9 October 2012 12:37 am

    xD homeland stupidity !!

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