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US Intelligence Community members 1.Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) 2.United States Department of Defense Air Force Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance Agency (AFISRA) 3.Army Intelligence and Security Command (INSCOM) 4.Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA) 5.Marine Corps Intelligence Activity (MCIA) 6.National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA) 7.National Reconnaissance Office (NRO) 8. National Security Agency (NSA)

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ISIS 'planning dirty bomb drone attacks in UK' as fighters return from Middle East

And this Government is letting them in !!!!!!! The US State Department said there is “credible information” to indicate ISIS is planning attacks in Europe over Christmas and UK intelligence agencies are on high alert

from BBC News

US privacy watchdog advises NSA spying is illegal

The bulk collection of phone call data by US intelligence agencies is illegal and has had only "minimal" benefits in preventing terrorism, an independent US privacy watchdog has ruled.

from the Guardian

wins an Emmy for coverage of NSA revelations

Interactive NSA Decoded explained implications of the Edward Snowden leaks on mass surveillance by intelligence agencies

from BBC News

US and UK accused of hacking Sim card firm to steal codes

US and British intelligence agencies hacked into a major manufacturer of Sim cards in order to steal codes that facilitate eavesdropping on mobiles, a US news website says. The Intercept says the revelations came from US intelligence contractor turned whistleblower Edward Snowden. The Dutch company allegedly targeted - Gemalto - says it is taking the allegations "very seriously". It operates in 85 countries and has more than 40 manufacturing facilities.

from the Guardian

UK surveillance laws need total overhaul, says landmark report

Britain’s laws governing the intelligence agencies and mass surveillance require a total overhaul to make them more transparent, comprehensible and up to date, the intelligence and security committee of parliament (ISC) has said in a landmark report prompted by the revelations of Edward Snowden, the former US National Security Agency contractor. New act of parliament needed to improve transparency. ISC report follows 18-month inquiry prompted by Snowden revelations.