The FBI has to choose. Security or surveillance.
Milwaukee, Wisconsin (TFC)— With so little transparency inherent in police surveillance programs, some were excited to hear of Seaglass. The new technology–developed by University of Washington researchers–aimed to empower citizens to detect cell tower simulators. These shadowy devices, sometimes called…
The 2008 election was notable for many things, particularly for it’s collection of candidates. While America’s attention beamed on the spectacle, as it turns out, foreign intelligence agency’s occupied the background. According to a recently declassified document, 2008 attracted unprecedented levels of foreign covert interest. One must wonder, if they were interested eight years ago, what’s keeping them from 2016’s political time bomb?
Painstaking briefings are a reality of any incoming presidential administration, and Obama’s was no different. During their presentation, the intelligence community reputedly issued an ominous warning to all incoming personnel–foreign intelligence agents were, and probably still were, watching them.
Entitled “Unlocking The Secrets: How To Use The Intelligence Community”, the newly disclosed document details these operations’ nature. Released by the office of the director of national intelligence, it spoke of foreign spying in 2008’s election “like no other.”