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This is how the US government classifies people as terrorists

24
Jul
2014

More than a decade into the program, Americans are finally getting a look at how the government designates and tracks suspected terrorists. The Intercept has published The National Counterterrorism Centers Watchlisting Guidance report from March of 2013, distributed throughout the intelligence community as a roadmap to how the government tracks suspected terrorists and their associates. The report is unclassified, but its secrecy has been fiercely guarded before now, and the Attorney General has said that its disclosure could cause significant harm to national security. It does not appear that NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden was involved in the leak;

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