Category Archives: Intelligence

DIA privatises NMEC, its enemy data exploitation centre –

[Translate] DIA privatises NMEC, its enemy data exploitation centre  The management of the National Media Exploitation Center (NMEC), which analyzes documents and hard drives seized on the battlefield, is going to be privatized. 446 words/5,2 EUR

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How the FBI relies on dark web intel firms as frontline investigators

[Translate] How the FBI relies on dark web intel firms as frontline investigators A cadre of former intelligence officers is lurking on the dark recesses of the internet on behalf of government and a shortlist of wealthy clients. U.S. law enforcement officials … Continue reading

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Project Minerva and the Militarization of Anthropology

[Translate] Project Minerva and the Militarization of Anthropology

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Fear This Man

[Translate] Fear This Man

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Dark anthropology and its others

[Translate] Dark anthropology and its others

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Thinking about Intelligence: Within, Without, and Beyond the State

[Translate] Thinking about Intelligence: Within, Without, and Beyond the State

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Counterinsurgency by Other Names: Complicating Humanitarian Applied Anthropology in Current, Former, and Future War Zones

[Translate] Counterinsurgency by Other Names: Complicating Humanitarian Applied Anthropology in Current, Former, and Future War Zones

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Authorities Question CIA Contractors in Connection With WikiLeaks Dump

[Translate] Authorities Question CIA Contractors in Connection With WikiLeaks Dump

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Why does WikiLeaks keep publishing U.S. state secrets? Private contractors.

[Translate] PostEverything Analysis Why does WikiLeaks keep publishing U.S. state secrets? Private contractors.  By outsourcing key intelligence work, the government has made classified material more vulnerable. By Tim Shorrock March 16 Tim Shorrock is the author of “Spies for Hire: … Continue reading

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CIA Asserts State Secrets Privilege in Torture Case

[Translate] CIA Asserts State Secrets Privilege in Torture Case Posted on Mar.09, 2017 in CIA, state secrets privilege by Steven Aftergood The Central Intelligence Agency formally asserted the state secrets privilege this week in order to prevent disclosure of seven … Continue reading

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