Tuesday, May 14, 2013

Secret NSA Google Search Tips - Become Your Own Spy Agency [Like the DOJ]

There's so much data available on the internet that even government cyberspies need a little help now and then to sift through it all.

So to assist them, the National Security Agency produced a book to help its spies uncover intelligence hiding on the web.

The 643-page tome, called

Untangling the Web: A Guide to Internet Research (.pdf link in article)

was just released by the NSA following a FOIA request filed in April by MuckRock, a site that charges fees to process public records for activists and others.

The book was published by the Center for Digital Content of the National Security Agency, and is filled with advice for using search engines, the Internet Archive and other online tools.

But the most interesting is the chapter titled "Google Hacking."