When asked if he believed Obama knew that his appointed CIA chief John Brennan and director of national intelligence (DNI) James Clapper were conducting surveillance on citizens, specifically members of his campaign, Trump said he believed the former president was aware of what they were doing.
Trump responded: ‘Personally, I think he knew. Yeah. Just remember what they did.
‘Let me put it this way: if the shoe were on the other foot, and the same thing happened to him, it would be treason and they’d be locked up for 100 years.’
A Russian IT specialist claims that he was asked by the Russian Security Service to provide back door access to the system issuing visas for Russians to travel to Britain.
The latest outrage is found in newly declassified documents from 2014. They reveal the CIA not only intercepted emails of U.S. citizens but they were emails of the most sensitive kind — written to Congress and involving whistleblowers reporting alleged wrongdoing within the Intelligence Community.
The US Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) and Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) have hidden an undisclosed number of covert surveillance cameras inside streetlights around the country, federal contracting documents reveal.
Current and former members of the intelligence community say that the president has been repeatedly warned about the use of his personal cellular device, The New York Times has reported.
The rare extradition of one of China’s intelligence agents is a major victory for the U.S. government amid strained ties with Beijing.
The malicious chips, which were not part of the original server motherboards designed by the U.S-based company Super Micro, had been inserted during the manufacturing process in China
The authorisation gave spooks James Bond-style clearance to murder and torture threats to national security free from any possible criminal repercussions.
The policy, known in the industry as the ‘third direction’ and in existence since the early 1990s, was so secret that when a retired judge was introduced to oversee the policy in 2012, he was instructed by the then PM not to comment on its legality.
The allegation is detailed in an explosive new report following an investigation by internet watchdog the Citizen Lab, housed at the University of Toronto’s Munk School of Global Affairs, which has been raising alarms about the spyware known as Pegasus.
Pegasus is an Israeli-made surveillance program marketed to governments as a tool against terrorists and criminals, but which Citizen Lab says has been used by repressive regimes against human-rights workers, journalists and others.
The association argued CSIS’s intelligence gathering violated the law governing the spy service, which forbids CSIS from collecting information about Canadians unless there are reasonable grounds to suspect they constitute a threat to national security.
Developed by Avalon Airships, the incredible zero emission EOS blimps use fully electric drivetrains, while their streamlined hybrid design allows them to travel silently at high speeds for long periods.
The recent attempted Iran terror attack in Paris at the venue of the Iranian Resistance, the arrest of two Iranian spies in America, and the arrest of an Iranian Diplomat in Germany, has highlighted again the extent and growing danger of the reach of the Fascist Mullah Regime, via their closet networks of Iranian Revolutionary Guard (IRGC ) and Quods Proxies embedded in their Western Embassies and Consulates.
The Russian national had been hired by the US Secret Service and is understood to have had access to the agency’s intranet and email systems, which gave her a potential window into highly confidential material including the schedules of the president and vice-president.
Neither MI6, which deals with overseas intelligence-gathering, nor MI5 had any people from a black, Asian or minority ethnic background in the top posts in 2016-17. The surveillance agency GCHQ was the only agency listed as having any staff at a senior level from a BAME background.
The government says it will help track congestion, but it’s likely to become another surveillance tool