ISB and UTW: Clarification of Secrecy
After three years of the web presence of www.internetsecretbook.com, the National Security Agency (NSA) decided to
declassify and release to the public its own secret guide of searching the Internet.
The similarities in structure and content of the two eBooks are purely coincidental.
It is not possible for the author of the INTERNET SECRET BOOK or ISB to know the content of NSA's UNTANGLING THE WEB
or UTW simply because the ISB was published on the web in the year 2010 while the NSA released its UTW on the year 2013.
Here's the full video of the entire 400 pp. of the ISB uploaded on December 16, 2010 at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NybX8DmcEdE.
Obviously, www.nsa.gov is the most secure website on the Internet and it is not possible for anyone to access its
archive and database even by the most notorious hacker in the world.
On the other hand, the NSA disclaimed the possibility of any type of plagiarism by pointing out on its first page the following: "Approved for Release by NSA on
04-19-2013, FOIA Case#70331" and on its second page "Last Updated: February 28, 2007."
Let it be noted that only the basic and "safe" information of ISB can be found at UTW, thus the latter can serve as a
sort of introduction and expanded version of the former. To freely download the UTW (651 pp.) from the NSA website,
click here: http://www.nsa.gov/public_info/_files/Untangling_the_Web.pdf