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Don’t be fooled by spook propaganda: the state still wants more licence to pry | Henry Porter | Comment is free | The Guardian

Don’t be fooled by spook propaganda: the state still wants more licence to pry | Henry Porter | Comment is free | The Guardian

A team of British scientists including experts at the MoD’s Porton Down labs   have developed a new device that can detect tiny fluctuations in gravity.

MoD gravity sensor breakthrough to 'see underground or through walls'

A team of British scientists including experts at the MoD’s Porton Down labs have developed a new device that can detect tiny fluctuations in gravity.

July 13, 2013 - Dyslexia is Britain's secret weapon in the spy war: Top codebreakers can crack complex problems because they suffer from the condition" - GCHQ, whose headquarters are pictured, revealed that many of their codebreakers can crack problems because they are dyslexic.

Dyslexia is Britain's secret weapon in the spy war: Top codebreakers can crack complex problems because they suffer from the condition

July 13, 2013 - Dyslexia is Britain's secret weapon in the spy war: Top codebreakers can crack complex problems because they suffer from the condition" - GCHQ, whose headquarters are pictured, revealed that many of their codebreakers can crack problems because they are dyslexic.

Clintons Earned $30 Million in 16 Months, Report Shows - NYTimes.com

Clintons Earned $30 Million in 16 Months, Report Shows

The Pentagon has seized a trove of emails and documents as it expands an inquiry into Central Command over allegations that officials overstated the progress of airstrikes against the Islamic State.

Pentagon Expands Inquiry Into Intelligence on ISIS Surge

The Pentagon has seized a trove of emails and documents as it expands an inquiry into Central Command over allegations that officials overstated the progress of airstrikes against the Islamic State.

From terabytes of chatter to snippets and wire taps, information floods into the security services. Deciding what should be given priority can be the difference between safety and attack

Counter-terrorism is a relentless challenge to spot the critical intelligence

From terabytes of chatter to snippets and wire taps, information floods into the security services. Deciding what should be given priority can be the difference between safety and attack

GCHQ has opened up on the record for the first time. And its chosen vehicle is the Times. What’s going on?

The spooks have come out of the shadows – for now

GCHQ has opened up on the record for the first time. And its chosen vehicle is the Times. What’s going on?

It is not clear whether the communications had anything to do with Donald J. Trump or his campaign.

Intercepted Russian Communications Part of Inquiry Into Trump Associates

It is not clear whether the communications had anything to do with Donald J. Trump or his campaign.

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