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  • NSA Headquarters in Maryland
    FBI investigating shooting at National Security Agency
    The FBI is investigating Monday morning's shooting that left one dead and another man seriously wounded at the headquarters of theNational Security AgencyinFort Meade, Maryland, after two men dressed as women tried to storm the gate. The NSA...
  • OSINT NEWS reveals U.S. and foreign intelligence agency happenings
    OSINT NEWS reveals U.S. and foreign intelligence agency happenings
    If you are a journalist, spy thriller author, spy buff, or are a real live spy workingas a professional case officer in the U.S. Intelligence Community (IC), you will enjoy the OSINT NEWS site.For daily updates on happenings within the 17 agencies...
  • Free online Harvard course focuses on national security
    Free online Harvard course focuses on national security
    Students from throughout the world began studying American national security on Monday. Sponsored by Harvard University, "Central Challenges of American National Security, Strategy, and the Press," is a free online course on edX. The...
  • Marco Rubo
    Democratic congressman calls to put GOP. Sen. Marco Rubio under NSA surveillance
    One of the more controversial issues during the Obama administration has been the National Security Agency (NSA) and its handling of domestic spying. While many Republicans have been in an agreement with the president, other members of Congress...
  • Gustav Nipe
    Activist monitors security conference guests' internet use to prove a point
    For the past several months it seems like there's no escaping headlines reporting new instances of privacy breaches and information theft online by everyone from Facebook to the NSA, well one Swedish activist decided to protest government...
  • Edward Snowden
    The NSA has been acting even worse than we thought over the last decade
    The National Security Agency has apparently been engaging in behavior that was worse than previously thought. In an attempt to quietly release the information, the NSA complied on Christmas Eve with a response to a Freedom of Information Act...
  • NSA sign
    NSA releases Christmas Eve surprise report on all their surveillance violations
    The National Security Agency gave America a very unexpected gift late on Christmas Eve. The U.S. spy agency released several highly confidential reports on Wednesday in response to a lawsuit filed by the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU). The...
  • OSINT resources on terrorism, counterespionage, counterintelligence
    OSINT resources on terrorism, counterespionage, counterintelligence
    From OSINT News! If you are an author of thriller novels, a journalist orspy buff...even an intelligence professional working within the U.S. Intelligence Community, you will appreciate these great OSINT News resources!More resources are added as...
  • Edward Snowden
    Here's what Edward Snowden had to say about the CIA torture report
    When the Senate Intelligence Committee released their long awaited report on CIA abuses and torture, the story took over the news cycle. The report became the number one topic around the political watercooler and everyone began forming their own...
  • Warrantless surveillance
    Congress passes bill authorizing collection of all private communications
    On Wednesday, the GOP-led House passed the intelligence authorization for fiscal 2015 which, Rep. Justin Amash, R-Mich., said contained “one of the most egregious sections of law I've encountered during my time as a representative,"...
  • Edward Snowden
    How Ronald Reagan planted the seed for NSA spying
    It's been over a year since former National Security Agency (NSA) contractor Edward Snowden began leaking classified information about the United States government. Among the numerous leaks, Snowden revealed the U.S. government's massive...
  • NSA Director: Foreign governments have hacked U.S. grid
    NSA Director: Foreign governments have hacked U.S. grid
    Admiral Mike Rogers, Director of the National Security Agency, said Thursday China and "probably one or two" other countries have the ability to invade and possibly shut down computer systems ofU.S. energy, water and fuel distribution...
  • Citizenfour
    'Citizenfour' Movie Review
    Occasionally a film comes along that everyone should see. Laura Poitras' documentary ‘Citizenfour’ plays out like a real-life thriller. It’s an eye-opening look at whistleblower Edward Snowden and how his story broke to the...
  • Barack Obama
    Obama's war on whistleblowers and journalists is a real one
    When Barack Obama became president he promised that he would run the most transparent administration in history. A staunch supporter of free speech and the freedom of the press, many Americans stood by the president with hopes that things might...
  • Swat team
    Imagine there’s no justice
    Imagine being settled one night comfy in your bed for a long winters nap. Suddenly you hear a pounding and your front door busts off the hinges. Then yelling and commands being issued but in the dark of night nothing seems to make sense. The...
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