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Espionage Act Of 1917
542 wordsEspionage was rampant in the early 1900 's. Citizens made significant sacrifices "to make the world safe for democracy (2). " Americans were also alert to the presence of spies who could sabotage the war effort. Congress passed the Espionage Act on June 15, 1917. The law provided stiff penalties for those found guilty of aiding the German enemy and increased public rancor toward Germany and all things German. Espionage is defined as the act of obtaining information clandestinely. The term applie...
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Central Intelligence Agency National Security Council
1,389 wordsThe Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), the agency of the Executive Office of the President of the United States, was created in 1947. The CIA is America's first permanent peacetime intelligence agency responsible for keeping the government informed of foreign actions affecting the interests of the United States. It was created by the National Security Act of 1947 and is responsible for coordinating all U. S. intelligence activities, as well as such functions and duties related to intelligence as...
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An Introduction To Skills Involving Knowledge Management
1,051 wordsWhat if I were to tell you that I could give you a process or methodology that would allow those that dont know what they dont know to determine what they really needed? If I had a tool that supported a process of gathering required information, providing information to those that need it, when they need it, and in a form they understood, would people really be interested in such a tool? Well if I had such a tool it would be priceless! What Ive described is exactly the feeling I get when trying ...
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Electromagnetic Waves Intelligence Gathering
805 wordsThis is the job of Multidisciplinary Counterintelligence (MDCI). How does the government know that lines are secure from signals intelligence of foreign adversaries? One of the main tasks of MDCI is the "communication line" of the American Government. Radio waves can easily be detected with the right equipment anywhere within the area, and even microwaves can be detected with a receiver in the right place. MDCI combats these problems with encryption for messages and secure lines for voice commun...
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World War Ii Central Intelligence Agency
1,621 words... was cracked. Also cracked was JN- 25 - The Japanese Fleet's Cryptographic System, a. k. a. 5 number codes. JN stands for Japanese Navy, introduced June 1, 1939. This was a very simple old-type codebook system used by the American Army and Navy in 1898 and abandoned in 1917 because it was insecure. Version A has a dictionary of 5, 600 numbers, words and phrases, each given as a five-figure number. These were super-enciphered by addition to random numbers contained in a second codebook. The di...
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U S Government Pneumonic Plague
3,843 wordsThe United States of America has entered a period in which serious choices need to be made in safeguarding citizens against those who wish to do harm to the nation. Both domestic and international terrorists seek to use biological weapons, chemical weapons, nuclear weapons, conventional weapons (including self-made bombs), and even the internet as means to attack the United States government. The threats posed by these groups necessitates the U. S. government to plan for the detection, neutraliz...
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18 Th Century Intelligence Gathering
1,295 wordsAll of the symbols on the one dollar bill have an historical connection with the oldest, largest, and most prominent secret society in the world, the Freemasons. Freemasonry s origin predates the American Revolution. Early in the 18 th century the British Empire in its quest for world power needed a covert intelligence gathering agency with effective access to the people of Europe. Masonic lodges, which were basically Catholic institutions for building cathedrals, schools, and other structures w...
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