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British Intelligence Agencies, Put Simply

By Campaign Agent William Fawcett

The concept of intelligence is a rather modern phenomenon, and the legal existence of our undercover agencies was only revealed in the late 1980s and 1990s. 1,397 more words

Politics Put Simply

British Intelligence Agencies

“Secret intelligence gives the Government a vital edge in tackling some of the most difficult problems we face… intelligence forewarns us of threats to our national security; helps the Government promote international stability; provides support and protection to our forces; contributes to our economic health; and strengthens our efforts against terrorism and serious crime.”

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The Truth War Is Being Lost to a Global Censorship Apparatus Called Google

By Graham Vanbergen | TruePublica

We are fast approaching the time where the informational war being waged between the establishment (specifically the vested interests of the rich and powerful) and the independent news outlet is rapidly heading towards its final showdown. 1,465 more words

Corruption

Exclusive: GCHQ Has Recordings of Donald Trump Jr and Kushner's Russia Meeting

Sources with links to the Five Eyes intelligence communities report that the entire meeting that Donald J Trump Jr and Jared Kushner took with Russian intelligence over Hillary Clinton’s hacked emails is on tape. 374 more words

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Work with your Security and Governance teams to thwart cyber attacks

A Petya ransomware attack suspected to be a modified EternalBlue exploit is currently spreading around the world as we go to press, with UK and European organisations already affected and shipping company Maersk and ad agency WPP announcing problems with systems down. 430 more words

Security

GCHQ wizards helped prevent Harry Potter book from leaking online

(Source: arstechnica.co.uk)

Back in 2005, the fate of Harry Potter was important enough that GCHQ reportedly stepped in to stop a potential leak of the sixth book in the series, Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince. 303 more words

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