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Declassified NSA doc: Untangling the Web

Posted on Friday, May 10th, 2013 in documentation by the machinegeek

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In this newly declassified document entitled “Untangling the Web: a guide to internet research”, the NSA drops the docs on the governemnt’s view of internet research resources. (The information is a bit dated as this is the 2007 edition.)

Untangling the Web was released as a result of a Freedom of Information Act request by the open government group Muckrock.

You can download your own copy of this 600+ page PDF directly from the NSA.

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6 Responses to “Declassified NSA doc: Untangling the Web”

  1. nato says:

    Nice try NSA. Do you *really* think I’m going to download and open your PDF???

  2. Jay Wilkinson says:

    I did. Didn’t crash my viewer or anything. Also, it’s a really good read.

  3. Chuckt says:

    If you are concerned, use a library computer.

  4. nato says:

    Sorry for my lack of emoticons in my previous post. I was trying to be funny. : )

  5. Richard Lafferty says:

    Sorry, but it looks like Untangling the Web has been available in paperback on Amazon for quite a while:

    http://www.amazon.com/Untangling-Web-Gathering-Information-Google/dp/0984284494/

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