Google Intellipedia

By: Mitch Belfry - Published: Apr 1, 2008   Updated: Aug 8 2011 • References: webpronews & webpronews
Google is supplying their search technology to government agencies. Much like the way you or I use Wikipedia, government agencies such as the FBI, CIA, NSA and others now have Intellipedia.

According to Sean Dennehy, chief of Intellipedia development for the CIA, the site has 35,000 articles making up some 200,000 pages where government agents, depending on their level of clearance, share and post Top Secret information in a forum style setting.

Implications - Consumers relish in products that are considered exclusive. Many individuals feel that these products are reflective of wealth or of a certain elitist status. Businesses that devote their efforts to creating similar products will see favorable results. Stats for Top Secret Online Encyclopedia Trending: Older & Chilly
Research: 2,761 clicks in 421 w
Interest: 1.5 minutes
Concept: Top Secret Online Encyclopedia
Related: 46 examples / 35 photos
Segment: Males, 18-35
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