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There are a growing number of privacy tools available today, but efforts to keep personal information safe are nothing new.
A government manual obtained by a privacy watchdog group reveals that the Department of Homeland Security has compiled a list of hundreds of key words used to detect possible terrorist and other threats on social media sites.
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