Homeland Security’s Long, Long List of Social Media Watch Words http://www.geekosystem.com/dhs-list-of-buzzwords/ via @geekosystem
Everybody knows that you don’t say “bomb” at an airport. It’s just a bad idea. But how about social media? You can say anything you want there, can’t you? You should be able to figure out the answer to that question. The answer is, yes, technically you can, but if you say certain things, the Department of Homeland Security is going to take notice. We’ve known for a while that the government has had its eye on social media and after Leigh Van Bryan was arrested for tweeting the words “destroy” and “America” in that order, it became clear that tweets can be taken very, very seriously, but how many words could possibly be on the DHS’s watch-list. A bunch. A whole bunch.
See ’em all here: http://www.geekosystem.com/dhs-list-of-buzzwords/
US Senator for Arizona John McCain (L) talks with Soros Fund Management Chairman George Soros at the World Economic Forum in Davos on January 23, 2014. Some 40 world leaders gather in the Swiss ski resort Davos to discuss and debate a wide range of issues including the causes of conflicts plaguing the Middle East, and how to reinvigorate the global economy. AFP PHOTO ERIC PIERMONT (Photo credit should read ERIC PIERMONT/AFP/Getty Images) http://www.gettyimages.com/detail/news-photo/senator-for-arizona-john-mccain-talks-with-soros-fund-news-photo/464632847
@Reince @RNC Favor? Please stop sending fundraising emails signed by John McCain. pic.twitter.com/Ve9YBzRt81
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WARNING: The Real Wendy Davis Life Story contains adult language, resulting from direct quotes made by the individuals in the article. Reader discretion is advised!
Wendy Davis poses for a picture with the Castro brothers.
Following a “puff-piece” by Wayne Slater, a “rabid partisan Democratic hack,” as Ann Coulter correctly described it, the people of Texas have been trying to piece together the real Wendy Davis life story, sifting through half-truths and outright lies.
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