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    The Central Intelligence Agency is a foreign intelligence agency who collects, analyzes, and examines information, mostly foreign and by way of Human Intelligence, to aid in protecting the nations national security. Let’s first being with how the Central Intelligence Agency became the agency they are today. Before the United States entered World War II, the Office of Coordination of Information, created in July of 1941, stood as the homelands non-departmental office for intelligence gathering during that time of peace. This changed once the U.S entered into World War II, in addition to an attack on the homeland, the bombing of Pearl Harbor. Further, some could also say that the triumph of the British Commandos, also known as M16, during this…

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    The Central Intelligence Agency also known as the CIA was created by created by President Franklin D Roosevelt as an addition to the OSS or Office of Strategic Services (OSS) in 1942. William J. Donovan was elected by President Roosevelt to be the lead analyst of the new intelligence agency. Soon after World War two ended the OSS was abolished leaving the CIA as the main intelligence insight for the United States. After the death of Franklin D Roosevelt, Vice President Truman took office on…

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    The formation of the Defense Intelligence Agencies (DIA) Measurement and Signature Intelligence (MASINT) division effectively centralized the Department of Defenses (DoD) MASINT directives and requirements. Prior to the formalization of MASINT as an Intelligence Discipline, every Intelligence Community (IC) agency and military services had their own MASINT related efforts under numerous names and intelligence activities. Formal development of MASINT brought those collective intelligence…

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    Union. America fears that the Soviets push to globalize communism is a direct attack on America and democracy; therefore, the U.S. utilizes their Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) to coordinate covert operations in an effort contain the threat of world domination. Consequently, the conflict becomes known as the Cold War, and CIA Director, Harry Rositzke later describes the ordeal as, “a holy war against the infidels, a defense of free God-fearing mean against the atheistic Communist system.”…

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    The Central Intelligence Agency’s (CIA) mission is complimentary and in concordance with DHS in National Security. The CIA works with Homeland security to ensure there are no gaps in security, by coordinating and evaluating the intelligence gathered. They advise the National Security Council in matters related to National Security and make recommendations to the NSC of intelligence activities. The CIA responds to national intelligence request by DHS in addition to other standing orders they…

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    Digital technology has been rapidly developing through the late 20th century and as a result has now become accessible globally, allowing for new methods of socialisation and commerce. Telecommunication is a product of these advancements and with it come the legal issues which arise from how it can be a medium for criminals to utilise as a medium for their illegal agendas, varying from activities such as hacking and terrorism. It is often difficult for domestic law enforcement and national…

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    according to their passports. Brenneke and Rupp’s own stories do not match what they told the media. To begin with, Brenneke “claimed to have worked with the CIA and FBI,” among other intelligence agencies around the world. He even transcribed a letter of recommendation in order to prove he worked at the agencies. After initial research began when the CIA denied his employment, a New York Times reporter called him “an absolute liar.” After a long series of “experiences” with other…

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    Snowden: The Hero The World Needs Whistle blowing is a very controversial and delicate topic in the world today. It defines whether a person is a hero or a traitor. The Snowden NSA leakage is the perfect example of controversy. Edward Snowden, former Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) employee as well as a National Security Agency (NSA) contractor, blew the whistle in 2013. He was the face behind the world’s the biggest whistleblowing case in U.S. history. He exposed how the U.S. government’s…

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    There have been times where safety organizations have taken the power given to them a little too far. One of these organizations known as the (NSA) National Government agency, was caught for abusing its power in an unconstitutional way. The NSA was secretly recording citizen activity and those of non-citizens. This scandal was huge, and brought many together to disapprove of the government’s actions. Although they went the extra mile to watch its citizens, they failed to stay within the…

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    operators are China Telecom, China Mobile, and China Unicom, all providers of mobile and land phone lines. (Central Intelligence Agency). Like previously mentioned, these three companies are nationalized with the major owners of each being China. All TV and radio is monitored and approved by the government. The broadcast media is also a nationalized industry in China. Even foreign programs must be first approved by the Communist party. The Central Propaganda Department comes out with what is…

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