The NSA’s Guide To The Internet Is The Strangest Thing You Will Read Today



The NSA has a well-earned reputation for being one of the tougher agencies to get records out of, making those rare FOIA wins all the sweeter. In the case ofUntangling the Web, the agency’s 2007 guide to internet research, the fact that the records in question just so happen to be absolutely insane are just icing on the cake – or as the guide would put it, “the nectar on the ambrosia.”

MuckRock’s Michael Morisy initially requested the guide after finding an entry on Google Books. A month later, the NSA responded with a complete release, minus the authors’ names …

Which was a bit odd, seeing as Michael had provided them in his initial request. But hey, gift horses and all that.

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