domestic intelligence


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domestic intelligence

Intelligence relating to activities or conditions within the United States that threaten internal security and that might require the employment of troops; and intelligence relating to activities of individuals or agencies potentially or actually dangerous to the security of the Department of Defense.
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Creating a domestic intelligence function for the United States will be a major challenge on many levels and the report works through problems of organization, intelligence and safeguards for civil liberties that will confront any new Department for Homeland Security," said James Lewis, director of the CSIS Council on Technology and Public Policy.
The authorities have thus far shied from placing the church under surveillance by the Office for the Protection of the Constitution, the domestic intelligence agency, which usually monitors political extremism.
Germany's domestic intelligence agency claimed in its annual report earlier this month that Iran has a "clandestine" effort to seek illicit nuclear technology and equipment from German companies "at what is, even by international standards, a quantitatively high level.
As part of a three-pronged approach, Clinton added that, if elected president, she would also work to provide further funds for domestic intelligence and security forces and limit the spread of firearms in the US.
Currently, Huawei's smart home solutions combine the operators pipeline capability and domestic intelligence capability, including smart home gateways, home security, 4K video and home automation and other E2E business innovations.
In the meantime, Denmark's domestic intelligence service acknowledged Tuesday that prison officials had alerted the agency last year to the gunman suspected in last weekend's shootings.
NNA - The arrest of Mehdi Nemmouche (29), a French Muslim suspected of having murdered four people at the Jewish Museum in Brussels on May 24th, has heightened fears of spill over from the civil war in Syria, and drawn attention to the inadequacy of French domestic intelligence.
Under the secret domestic intelligence gathering, which is one of the most significant legacies of September 11, US law enforcement and intelligence agencies collects, stores and analyzes vast quantities of digital data produced by law-abiding Americans.
The February 26, 2009 revelation in the Los Angeles Times that FBI domestic intelligence informant and ex-convict Craig Monteilh and others were paid handsomely to spy on Muslim Americans in their houses of worship in Southern California should come as no surprise.
The head of the Shin Bet domestic intelligence agency, the head of the Shin Bet domestic intelligence agency Yuval Diskin said: We discern a willingness among the far-right to resort to using guns in order to prevent progress in the diplomatic process".
MI5 is the domestic intelligence agency and M16 deals with international incidents.
The Federal Security Service, the main domestic intelligence agency, said one of the suspects was from Chechnya, where rebels are fighting Russian troops, and the other was from the tense neighbouring region of Dagestan.

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