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Department of Homeland Security Keyword Monitoring

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  1. Department of Homeland Security Keyword Monitoring
  2. DHS forced to release list of monitored keywords following freedom of information request
  3. 5/28/2012
  4.  
  5. http://www.forbes.com/sites/reuvencohen/2012/05/26/department-of-homeland-security-forced-to-release-list-of-keywords-used-to-monitor-social-networking-sites/
  6.  
  7. -Domestic Security
  8. Assassination
  9. Attack
  10. Domestic security
  11. Drill
  12. Exercise
  13. Cops
  14. Law enforcement
  15. Authorities
  16. Disaster assistance
  17. Disaster management
  18. DNDO (Domestic NuclearDetection Office)
  19. National preparedness
  20. Mitigation
  21. Prevention
  22. Response
  23. Recovery
  24. Dirty bomb
  25. Domestic nuclear detection
  26. Emergency management
  27. Emergency response
  28. First responder
  29. Homeland security
  30. Maritime domain awareness(MDA)
  31. National preparednessinitiative
  32. Militia
  33. Shooting
  34. Shots fired
  35. Evacuation
  36. Deaths
  37. Hostage
  38. Explosion (explosive)
  39. Police
  40. Disaster medical assistanceteam (DMAT)
  41. Organized crime
  42. Gangs
  43. National security
  44. State of emergency
  45. Security
  46. Breach
  47. Threat
  48. Standoff
  49. SWAT
  50. Screening
  51. Lockdown
  52. Bomb (squad or threat)
  53. Crash
  54. Looting
  55. Riot
  56. Emergency Landing
  57. Pipe bomb
  58. Incident
  59. Facility
  60.  
  61. -HAZMAT & Nuclear
  62. Hazmat
  63. Nuclear
  64. Chemical spill
  65. Suspicious package/device
  66. Toxic
  67. National laboratory
  68. Nuclear facility
  69. Nuclear threat
  70. Cloud
  71. Plume
  72. Radiation
  73. Radioactive
  74. Leak
  75. Biological infection (orevent)
  76. Chemical
  77. Chemical burn
  78. Biological
  79. Epidemic
  80. Hazardous
  81. Hazardous material incident
  82. Industrial spill
  83. Infection
  84. Powder (white)
  85. Gas
  86. Spillover
  87. Anthrax
  88. Blister agent
  89. Chemical agent
  90. Exposure
  91. Burn
  92. Nerve agent
  93. Ricin
  94. Sarin
  95. North Korea
  96.  
  97. -Health Concern + H1N1
  98. Outbreak
  99. Contamination
  100. Exposure
  101. Virus
  102. Evacuation
  103. Bacteria
  104. Recall
  105. Ebola
  106. Food Poisoning
  107. Foot and Mouth (FMD)H5N1
  108. Avian
  109. Flu
  110. Strain
  111. Quarantine
  112. H1N1
  113. Vaccine
  114. Salmonella
  115. Small Pox
  116. Plague
  117. Human to human
  118. Human to Animal
  119. Influenza
  120. Center for Disease Control(CDC)
  121. Drug Administration (FDA)
  122. Public Health
  123. Toxic
  124. Agro Terror
  125. Tuberculosis (TB)
  126. Tamiflu
  127. Norvo Virus
  128. Epidemic
  129. Agriculture
  130. Listeria
  131. Symptoms
  132. Mutation
  133. Resistant
  134. Antiviral
  135. Wave
  136. Pandemic
  137. Infection
  138. Water/air borne
  139. Sick
  140. Swine
  141. Pork
  142. World Health Organization(WHO) (and components)
  143. Viral Hemorrhagic Fever
  144. E. Coli
  145.  
  146. -Infrastructure Security
  147. Infrastructure security
  148. Airport
  149. Airplane (and derivatives)
  150. Chemical fire
  151. CIKR (Critical Infrastructure& Key Resources)
  152. AMTRAK
  153. Collapse
  154. Computer infrastructure
  155. Communicationsinfrastructure
  156. Telecommunications
  157. Critical infrastructure
  158. National infrastructure
  159. Metro
  160. WMATA
  161. Subway
  162. BART
  163. MARTA
  164. Port Authority
  165. NBIC (NationalBiosurveillance IntegrationCenter)
  166. Transportation security
  167. Grid
  168. Power
  169. Smart
  170. Body scanner
  171. Electric
  172. Failure or outage
  173. Black out
  174. Brown out
  175. Port
  176. Dock
  177. Bridge
  178. Cancelled
  179. Delays
  180. Service disruption
  181. Power lines
  182.  
  183. -Southwest Border Violence
  184. Drug Cartel
  185. Violence
  186. Gang
  187. Drug
  188. Narcotics
  189. Cocaine
  190. Marijuana
  191. Heroin
  192. Border
  193. Mexico
  194. Cartel
  195. Southwest
  196. Juarez
  197. Sinaloa
  198. Tijuana
  199. Torreon
  200. Yuma
  201. Tucson
  202. Decapitated
  203. U.S. Consulate
  204. Consular
  205. El Paso
  206. Fort Hancock
  207. San Diego
  208. Ciudad Juarez
  209. Nogales
  210. Sonora
  211. Colombia
  212. Mara salvatrucha
  213. MS13 or MS-13
  214. Drug war
  215. Mexican army
  216. Methamphetamine
  217. Cartel de Golfo
  218. Gulf Cartel
  219. La Familia
  220. Reynosa
  221. Nuevo Leon
  222. Narcos
  223. Narco banners (Spanish equivalents)
  224. Los Zetas
  225. Shootout
  226. Execution
  227. Gunfight
  228. Trafficking
  229. Kidnap
  230. Calderon
  231. Reyosa
  232. Bust
  233. Tamaulipas
  234. Meth Lab
  235. Drug trade
  236. Illegal immigrants
  237. Smuggling (smugglers)
  238. Matamoros
  239. Michoacana
  240. Guzman
  241. Arellano-Felix
  242. Beltran-Leyva
  243. Barrio Azteca
  244. Artistic Assassins
  245. Mexicles
  246. New Federation
  247.  
  248. -Terrorism
  249. Terrorism
  250. Al Qaeda (all spellings)
  251. Terror
  252. Attack
  253. Iraq
  254. Afghanistan
  255. Iran
  256. Pakistan
  257. Agro
  258. Environmental terrorist
  259. Eco terrorism
  260. Conventional weapon
  261. Target
  262. Weapons grade
  263. Dirty bomb
  264. Enriched
  265. Nuclear
  266. Chemical weapon
  267. Biological weapon
  268. Ammonium nitrate
  269. Improvised explosive device
  270. IED (Improvised Explosive Device)
  271. Abu Sayyaf
  272. Hamas
  273. FARC (Armed RevolutionaryForces Colombia)
  274. IRA (Irish Republican Army)
  275. ETA (Euskadi ta Askatasuna)
  276. Basque Separatists
  277. Hezbollah
  278. Tamil Tigers
  279. PLF (Palestine LiberationFront)
  280. PLO (Palestine LiberationOrganization
  281. Car bomb
  282. Jihad
  283. Taliban
  284. Weapons cache
  285. Suicide bomber
  286. Suicide attack
  287. Suspicious substance
  288. AQAP (AL Qaeda ArabianPeninsula)
  289. AQIM (Al Qaeda in theIslamic Maghreb)
  290. TTP (Tehrik-i-TalibanPakistan)
  291. Yemen
  292. Pirates
  293. Extremism
  294. Somalia
  295. Nigeria
  296. Radicals
  297. Al-Shabaab
  298. Home grown
  299. Plot
  300. Nationalist
  301. Recruitment
  302. Fundamentalism
  303. Islamist
  304.  
  305. -Weather/Disaster/Emergency
  306. Emergency
  307. Hurricane
  308. Tornado
  309. Twister
  310. Tsunami
  311. Earthquake
  312. Tremor
  313. Flood
  314. Storm
  315. Crest
  316. Temblor
  317. Extreme weather
  318. Forest fire
  319. Brush fire
  320. Ice
  321. Stranded/Stuck
  322. Help
  323. Hail
  324. Wildfire
  325. Tsunami Warning Center
  326. Magnitude
  327. Avalanche
  328. Typhoon
  329. Shelter-in-place
  330. Disaster
  331. Snow
  332. Blizzard
  333. Sleet
  334. Mud slide or Mudslide
  335. Erosion
  336. Power outage
  337. Brown out
  338. Warning
  339. Watch
  340. Lightening
  341. Aid
  342. Relief
  343. Closure
  344. Interstate
  345. Burst
  346. Emergency Broadcast System
  347.  
  348. -Cyber Security
  349. Cyber security
  350. Botnet
  351. DDOS (dedicated denial of service)
  352. Denial of service
  353. Malware
  354. Virus
  355. Trojan
  356. Keylogger
  357. Cyber Command
  358. 2600
  359. Spammer
  360. Phishing
  361. Rootkit
  362. Phreaking
  363. Cain and abel
  364. Brute forcing
  365. Mysql injection
  366. Cyber attack
  367. Cyber terror
  368. Hacker
  369. China
  370. Conficker
  371. Worm
  372. Scammers
  373. Social media
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