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JPMorgan Goes to War
The bank is building a new facility near the NSA’s headquarters to attract new talent
“Convinced that it faces threats from governments in China, Iran, and Russia, and that the U.S.
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How did “Jihadi John” slip through the cracks?
But of equal, if not greater long-term importance, the British government needs to answer questions about what drove a boy from West London to become the front-man for a terror group’s atrocities, and how he managed — in spite at least five years of monitoring by security services — to reach ISIS territory.
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U.S. To Allow Export Of Armed Military Drones
Recipient countries would be required to sign end-use statements certifying that the drones would not be used for unlawful surveillance or force against domestic populations and would only be used in internationally sanctioned military operations, such as self-defense.
1. He doesn’t act like a spy. Or a narcissist. Or a sociopath. Or as hating America. Or a traitor. Or a liar.
2. He says straight up that he did what he did because he saw the surveillance growing to the point where it would be impossible to meaningfully oppose those in power. 34 more words