The Intercept

Drowning in Information: NSA Revelations From 262 Spy Documents
The Intercept
By the first half of 2004, the National Security Agency was drowning in information. It had amassed 85 billion phone and online records and cut the ribbon on a ...

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SFGate

How the NSA tells the president what foreign governments are going to do before they do it
SFGate
barack obama smile Sean Gallup/Getty Images. A leaked document from an internal NSA newsletter published Wednesday offers a look at how the spy agency is able to tell the president of the United States what a foreign government is going to do ahead of ...
NSA document says metadata is agency's 'most useful tool ...Business Insider

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Digital Trends

The NSA and GCHQ can see data from your phone when you're 10000 feet in the air
Digital Trends
The NSA and Britain's Government Communications Headquarters (GCHQ) have been monitoring Global System for Mobile communication (GSM) phone activity on flights as early as 2005, according to The Intercept and Le Monde. The program, named ...
Snowden leaks reveal NSA snooped on in-flight mobile callsArs Technica
NSA Collected Data From People Using Cell Phones On PlanesHuffington Post
Nowhere to hide: NSA, GCHQ wiretapped in-flight phone calls, Snowden leaks showRT
Inverse -Yeshiva World News -International Business Times UK -The Intercept
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The Intercept

Reagan Administration “Cavalierly” Leaked NSA Signals Intelligence — Apparently Without Informing the Agency
The Intercept
On Sunday, November 17, 1985, a short article appeared on page A12 of the Washington Post under the headline “Managua Said to Get Military Copters.” The article stated that “Recently stepped-up shipments from Warsaw Pact countries to Nicaragua ...



Times of India

When NSA Ajit Doval outlined India's new Pak strategy- defensive offense - perfectly
Times of India
NEW DELHI: "Do one (more) Mumbai, you may lose Balochistan," was National Security Advisor (NSA) Ajit Doval+ 's near-prophetic message to Pakistan, a little under two years ago. Little did anyone know then that Doval had just described - in detail ...

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Washington Times

Wikipedia's NSA lawsuit heads to federal appeals court ...
Washington Times
The publishers of Wikipedia and several civil rights groups will head to a federal appeals court Thursday to challenge a National Security Agency surveillance ...
Everyone's a Target to the NSA. Here's How the Courts Can Stop It ...Daily Beast

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CyberScoop

NSA's best are 'leaving in big numbers,' insiders say
CyberScoop
Low morale at the National Security Agency is causing some of the agency's most talented people to leave in favor of private sector jobs, former NSA Director Keith Alexander told a room full of journalism students, professors and cybersecurity ...



Fortune

Why Donald Trump's NSA Pick Is Scaring Some National Security Experts
Fortune
On issues of national security and intelligence, no one is likely to have more influence in Donald Trump's White House than retired Gen. Michael T. Flynn. Yet Flynn, Trump's incoming national security adviser, has gained prominence in Republican ...
Pence says Trump NSA pick Flynn's son not involved in transitionNew York Daily News
Son of Trump's pick for NSA fired after 'Pizzagate' tweetsBig News Network.com
Donald Trump sacks NSA pick's son in PizzagateThe Asian Age
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Baltimore Sun

Trump needs strong foreign policy team, former NSA boss says
Baltimore Sun
Alexander, who led the NSA until 2014, said the government needs to find a way to "push back." Congressional Democrats, including Reps. Steny Hoyer and Elijah Cummings, sent a letter Tuesday urging the outgoing administration of President Barack ...

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The Hill

Former NSA chief: Trump lacks 'deep knowledge' of cybersecurity
The Hill
“When he was asked in the second or third debate about his views on cyber, I think it's fair to say he displayed — he did not have a deep knowledge of the subject,” said Hayden Wednesday at the Wall Street Journal Future of Cybersecurity breakfast.
Former NSA Director Michael Hayden: Banning Guns 'Might' Be Part of CounterterrorismBreitbart News
Hayden: Trump Factually Incorrect on CybersecurityWall Street Journal

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