Homeland Security Manual Lists Government Key Words For Monitoring Social Media, News

Read more: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/02/24/homeland-security-manual_n_1299908.html

DHS reference binder: http://www.scribd.com/doc/82701103/Analyst-Desktop-Binder-REDACTED


10 comments to Homeland Security Manual Lists Government Key Words For Monitoring Social Media, News

  • Dave

    Wonderful…That’s half the English language. About the only thing they’ve left off the list are Nouns and Pronouns and Adjectives. :)

  • Ed Siceloff

    The only way you would not bring about monitoring of your social media posting is if your posting is consistently completely void of meaning. For instance, I discuss organic gardening all the time, over against agribusiness, or agriculture. OMG that makes me to whatever degree, a terrorist. Remember, just because I’m paranoid….. So, turn that around, the governmental corporation is so afraid of terrorism, it is a terrorist.

  • JohnZ

    How about some new words to add to the list:
    A**hole. Motherf****r. Zionist C***sucker.
    Pantyhose, toejam, tampon, earwax, Frank Zappa, shorthairs, draino, wallwarts, sleazeball, navallint, nose gobblins, Ren and Stimpey Curly, Larry and Moe, Ron Paul, Chuck Baldwin, Rock and Roll, Louie-Louie , Inna Godda Da Vida, Ground Chuck, canned goods, player piano, Dunkin Donuts, seat belt, mascara, condom
    The seven dirty words you can’t say on television:
    Now come up with some of your own.
    Oh and by the way, DHS…..go to hell!And take TSA with you!

  • s0n of sAm

    Great I’m gonna compile the longest run on sentence using every single word!

  • s0n of sAm

    ok i will confound them with 1970’s atari warfare:

    first off we start combat at missile command,leads to a pitfall with tanks that you must use a defender verse the space invaders to watch out for asteroids u will use an air sea battle that will bezerk the battle zoneand we can capture blackjack with backgammon. we can then centerpede him for info unless he breaksout with dig dug………see how dumb we can be dhs can go qbert themselves

  • Korey

    So I may be a little naive but can I sue the gov’t for invasion of privacy? Better yet can we file a class action suit? I know that some law (I think the patriot act) makes this type of thing legal but can’t I argue that it goes against my right to privacy and is therefore unconstitutional?

    • Silver Shield

      Yeah maybe if it wasn’t criminals intent on controlling every aspect of your life without regard for human liberty or decency.

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