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DARPA announces scary new web search tool for law enforcement called “Memex”

by Robert Tilford, Ground Report:

Move over George Orwell – the Defense Advanced Research (DARPA) announced recently its new “deep web” search program for police and law enforcement called: “Memex” which will be able to search the far corners of internet content that is unattainable by modern, mainstream search engines, offering DARPA “technological superiority in the area of content indexing and Web search on the Internet.”

According to DARPA’s website:

“Today’s web searches use a centralized, one-size-fits-all approach that searches the Internet with the same set of tools for all queries. While that model has been wildly successful commercially, it does not work well for many government use cases. For example, it still remains a largely manual process that does not save sessions, requires nearly exact input with one-at-a-time entry, and doesn’t organize or aggregate results beyond a list of links. Moreover, common search practices miss information in the deep web—the parts of the web not indexed by standard commercial search engines—and ignore shared content across pages

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1 comment to DARPA announces scary new web search tool for law enforcement called “Memex”

  • Warp

    Be suspicious of “Ground Report” and all of its fruits.

    Its founder was Chief Digital Officer under Neroberg in NYC.

    She’s connected and in government, in fact, in the government that was at the forefront of anti-2nd Amendment rhetoric right on the heels of Sandy Hook.

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