• http://thelibertybeat.com, Derrick Broze
The 166-page document details what the government defines as terrorism, which includes everything from assassination and hostage-taking to destruction of government property or computers, and any act that is "dangerous" to property or intended to influence government through intimidation. The document covers two lists: the Terrorist Identities Datamart Environment (TIDE), and the Terrorist Screening Database (TSDB). Chapters of the document include information on what triggers placement on the lists, and what type of information officials are to collect when encountering suspected individuals. The guidelines also state that even after a suspect has been acquitted of terrorism-related crimes they can remain on the list, even after death.
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