Tag Archives: NSA

The KRYPTOS Sculpture — History of the NSA Involvement

“Maintaining secrecy about the sculpture became a challenging part of creating Kryptos. Both Jim and I were under scrutiny by the media who wanted badly to know the answer. To be honest, I don’t know the answer. After Jim finished … Continue reading

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One Year Ago — US Cartoon Mocking NSA Wiretapping Censored

“I think the strip is harmless. The censorship was unnecessary.” Cartoonist Stephan Pastis On Thursday 28 (July 2016), the comic strip “Pearls Before Swine” was censored in newspapers. Follow us on Twitter: @INTEL_TODAY

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Suspicious Aviation Tragedies: 1961 — Ndola United Nations DC-6 crash [UPDATE: The New York Times wakes up!]

“We saw a plane fly over Chifubu but did not pay any attention to it the first time. When we saw it a second and third time, we thought that this plane was denied landing permission at the airport. Suddenly, … Continue reading

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INTEL TODAY DIARY — July 4 2017

German parliament report on NSA spying contains little consensus — Where is ‘Islamic State’ leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi? — Memo in CIA’s Kissinger archive hints Jack Anderson was informing on Bob Woodward — Theresa May sitting on report on foreign funding of … Continue reading

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INTEL TODAY DIARY– July 2 2017

Can the CIA and NSA Be Trusted With Cyber Hacking Tools? — UK: Government’s surveillance powers to be challenged in High Court — Israel’s Mossad sets up fund to acquire new spy techniques — EU: states invited to form units … Continue reading

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INTEL TODAY DIARY — July 1 2017

Sarin used in April Syria attack, chemical weapons watchdog confirms — Saudi Arabia’s recently deposed crown prince reportedly under house arrest — Lockerbie: a disgraceful episode for Scots law — The NSA Confronts a Problem of Its Own Making

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Remembering the First NSA Defection: William H. Martin and Bernon F. Mitchell (June 25 1960)

“The United States Government is as unscrupulous as it has accused the Soviet Government of being. Our main dissatisfaction concerned some of the practices the United States uses in gathering intelligence information … deliberately violating the airspace of other nations … Continue reading

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INTEL TODAY DIARY — JUNE 16 2017

Scandal Drove Brussels’s Mayor From Office. Now He’s Nowhere to Be Seen — Trump-Russia inquiry: President ‘probed for obstruction of justice’ — NSA links Wannacry worm to North Korea — CIA Gina Haspel: Trump’s Darling

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INTEL TODAY DIARY — JUNE 10 2017

The New York Times recklessly exposes a CIA operative’s identity — N.S.A. Contractor May Have Mishandled Secrets Before, Prosecutor Says — Trump accuses Comey of lying to Congress —  Memoirs of a CIA Mercenary

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INTEL TODAY DIARY — JUNE 7 2017

US government contractor arrested after NSA leak report — London attack: Police ‘know identities of killers’ — New South Korean president bans spy agency’s domestic operations — London attack: Third London Bridge attacker named — What you need to know about … Continue reading

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