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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Did he really allow [the spying by a foreign intelligence agency] to be done to our people?' she asked.
"We see that foreign intelligence services are seeking to bolster their efforts on the Russian front, doing everything they can to obtain access to political, economic, scientific and technological information," he stated, adding that "just like before, and now probably even harder, (foreign intelligence services) are trying to influence events in our country".
The author's previous piece on this topic discussed how 'Pakistan Hit Back At Hybrid War Plots By Restricting Hostile INGOs' and briefly elaborated on some of the methods that foreign intelligence services have utilized to infiltrate the country under the cover of international aid groups, explaining just how serious of a threat this has become in Pakistan and other 'Global South' countries.
While the majority of INGOs are apolitical organisations that are sincerely focused on improving the living standards of many Pakistanis, there are nevertheless some of them which actually operate as fronts for foreign intelligence agencies even if some of their own employees are unaware of this.
Baizhanov was the director of the foreign intelligence service since 2015.
The state minister went on to say that 54 foreign intelligence agencies were active in Pakistan to destabilize the country and their agents incite violence in the country.
Among these is a new requirement that in a predicated criminal investigation an investigation with an elevated factual foundation the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) apply for and obtain an order from the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court before accessing the contents of section 702 acquired communications that were retrieved using certain United States person query terms.
11 created chaos in the House just before it voted to reauthorize what is known as Section 702 of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act.
Upstream and Prism operate under (https://fas.org/irp/news/2013/06/nsa-sect702.pdf) Section 702 of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act , which allows intelligence agencies to acquire foreign intelligence information concerning people who aren't citizens of the United States and are located outside the country.
This would bring Turkey in line with the system in Britain, where foreign intelligence is handled by MI6 and domestic intelligence by MI5.
An initial investigation revealed both 'spies' had allegedly been working for a foreign intelligence agency.
The Future of Foreign Intelligence: Privacy and Surveillance in a Digital Age

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