The Desktop Binder itself it posted on Scribd, though parts were redacted just to mess with EPIC and all the other privacy watchdogs who believe an open government by the people is responsible to the people and should tell the people what it's doing once in a while.
The list itself is long, but only long enough to include such obvious indicators of evil intent as "target," "dirty bomb," "cyber terror," "power," "pork," "cloud" "telecommunications" and "critical infrastructure."
Not that there aren’t a lot of seriously terror- and cybercrime-related terms in there. There are plenty of those. The list is only a starting point according to the ameliorating spin issued by the DHA.
Trained operatives scan the interwebs, using these tips and topic headings to identify potential terrorists lurking among the concerned citizens who may have gone online to read about how to counter or watch for potential threats to the national critical infrastructure, situation in Ciudad Juarez, drug war against narcotics, cocaine, marijuana and Los Zetas, not to mention gunfights, service disruptions, the National Biosurveillance Integration Center and other important topics.
Whatever you do, don't copy the list below and randomly post it up online to give the whole block a thrill when DHS sends huge black SUVs filled with armed professional interrogators to find out why you might have used the word "metro" in a conversation three times during the past six months.
You'd just better be ready to answer.