Since 9/11, the US government is especially picky about which information is to be published. This lecture shows how you can still get some very interesting and "sensitive" geographical information. Since 9/11, the US governments is picky about publishing potentially sensitive information. In this lecture, I will show what the US government doesn't want you to know and how you can still retrieve that information by only using free tools in a very lame but efficient way.
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