foreign intelligence


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foreign intelligence

Intelligence relating to capabilities, intentions, and activities of foreign powers, organizations, or persons (not including counterintelligence), except for information on international terrorist activities. See also intelligence.
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than law enforcement, such as gathering foreign intelligence.
Foreign intelligence information is defined as "(1) information that relates to, and if concerning a U.
The opinion identified a total of 75 cases in which federal investigators had improperly investigated ordinary crimes under the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act, which Congress approved in 1978 to establish the legal groundwork for the collection of national security information.
As the Director of National Intelligence (DNI) and the Attorney General (AG) explained in their letter to Senator Reid on February 5, 2008, if Congress lets the Protect America Act expire, the Intelligence Community's ability to obtain vital foreign intelligence information, including the location, intentions, and capabilities of terrorists and other foreign intelligence targets abroad, will be weakened.
The program is thus designed to obtain foreign intelligence and to
On June 10, the meeting was held face to face with this individual first, and later with an officer of the foreign intelligence services who worked under diplomatic cover.
He further said that if the NSA requires tracking a suspect in this manner, it would first seek approval of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court (FISA).
Foreign intelligence is further interested in assisting their countries' business in securing key positions in the economy and the EU markets.
BAGHDAD/ Aswat al-Iraq: Director of Russian Foreign Intelligence Press Department Sergey Ivanov refused to comment on news of finding the remains of Russian diplomats who were kidnapped and killed in 2006.
Two were spying for the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) and one for an unidentified foreign intelligence service, according to online media.
He said outright that the Ira expats to work with the Iranian government to prevent foreign intelligence services from recruiting them to help with plots against the Islamic Republic.
Applying this formula, the Truong court concluded that the unique nature of foreign intelligence tipped the balance in favor of the government and that Article III courts were not qualified to decide such sensitive political issues.

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