Whistleblower site Cryptome has leaked a six page document from the Department of Homeland Security dated January 6, 2011. The document includes a list of 96 websites, including a number of blogs and social media sites, which are being openly monitored by the DHS. Such surveillance is business as usual for the DHS, but it also raises significant privacy concerns, particularly around exactly what sort of data the department is storing.
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