If you were to write about Southwest Border Violence there’s a fair chance you would utilise some of these words: Drug cartel Violence, Gang, Drug Narcotics Cocaine Marijuana Heroin, Border Mexico, Cartel Southwest Juarez, Sinaloa Tijuana Torreon, Yuma, Tucson Decapitated U.S. Consulate Consular, El Paso, Fort Hancock, San Diego, Ciudad Juarez Nogales, Sonora, Colombia, Mara salvatrucha MS13 or MS-13 Drug war Mexican army Methamphetamine Cartel de Golfo Gulf Cartel, La Familia, Reynosa, Nuevo Leon, Narcos, Narco banners (Spanish equivalents), Los Zetas Shootout Execution, Gunfight, Trafficking, Kidnap, Calderon, Reyosa, Bust, Tamaulipas, Meth Lab, Drug trade, Illegal immigrants Smuggling (smugglers) Matamoros Michoacana, Guzman Arellano-Felix Beltran-Leyva Barrio Azteca Artistic Assassins Mexicles, New Federation.
Taken from this Department of Homeland Security analysts binder of monitored keywords.
The extent to which social media is monitored? By whom? That which is posted in public, or which is posted “privately”. Monitoring literacy is not exactly taught in Chinese schools, but the end result is similar. How our literacy evolves, how the algorithms evolve.