.: Homeland Security Internet Watch List Leak

Wednesday, January 11, 2012

Homeland Security Internet Watch List Leak

Click here for the .pdf file

Strange, there are small sites on there (like blogspots about Haiti) on the same list as big sites like Youtube.

[EDIT: Okay, well Stratfor is on there. Winning.]

16 comments:

  1. Why is Google not on that list?

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  2. Lol, "the land of the free" my arse!

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  3. google is on there

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  4. No idea what they are hoping to achieve with regards to having certain sites on there! All a bit confusing really!

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  5. what's up with that - no google on the list?

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  6. The list starts at page 14, where is 1-13?

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  7. The end is near...

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  8. Yikes, not looking good... What can we do to stop this?

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  9. msthirteen.com

    your tax dollars hard at work

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  10. This just looks like the browsing history of someone with a twitter addiction and a strange stumbleupon account

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  11. so where are pages 1-13?

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  12. This is a list of sites they can use to assess disasters if they dont have anyone there. It can be useful to coordinate efforts between locals too. You read the list, read the description in it, yet don't get it? Twitter, Map sites, etc, you think this is a watch list like they are terror groups?

    You can take off your tinfoil hats now.

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  13. ^says the undercover government agent

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