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... Again via Judith Exner, Hersh claims that JFK was regularly in receipt of payoffs from arms industry lobbyists. Here, of perhaps wider significance than Hersh allows, was the break-in at Exner's LA apartment by I. B. Hale, head of General Dynamics corporate security on August 7, 1962, which was observed by the 24 hour FBI surveillance on the president's mistress. Hersh admits being unable to establish how the ailing arms corporation had come across this information which, it is claimed, enabled pressure in favour of the flawed TFX combat aircraft against the wishes of much of the defence community. Given Hale's FBI background, a likely source would have been the Bureau. Hale's prominence ...
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102. Web update [Lobster #38 (Winter 1999)]
... or journalistic interest, compiled by Michael J. Ravnitzky from FOIA requests. All files are publicly accessible, and are listed under name, eg Kennedy, and file numbers, which facilitates FOIA requests for the docs. The Irish War http://jya.com/irish-war.htm The chapter of Tony Geraghty's book which describes the covert war and computer surveillance methods used in Northern Ireland, and for which Geraghty was charged under the Official Secrets Act in May 1999- though the book's still on sale. Association of Investigative Journalists http://www.aij-uk.com/ AIJ aims to promote investigative journalism and help counter its decline in the UK; to encourage training in, provide resources for and an ...
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... cit. Posting by C.h. to the Conspiracy Theory Discussion Board- 9 May 1998.'...French authorities insist that [the cameras] were not recording any images at the time [of the crash].' Sancton and Macleo op. cit. p.235 According to NBC'.... Paris has the most sophisticated video surveillance system of any city in the world. While not every camera is monitored, all cameras record to videotape. Tapes are saved for 2 days in the event they're needed to review crime or auto accidents.' But not, apparently, on this occasion... (Posting by Bill to The First Diana Conspiracy Site- 4 ...
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... was negotiating dangerous terrain. His publisher had been approached by Rear Admiral D. M. Pulvertaft, secretary of the Defence Press and Broadcasting Committee (the 'D' Notice Committee), for a pre-publication view of material relating to the SAS. Harper Collins refused. In retrospect, Geraghty told the Observer, 'its probable I had been under surveillance for some months'. He had some intimations of trouble and 'got on with the normal, end-of-book weeding of files with more than usual urgency'. What had seemed like paranoia at the time, after the raid 'became prudence'. He now assumes that his home and his telephone are bugged. 'Suddenly I was learning what it ...
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105. Electronic Privacy and the Encryption Debate [Lobster #37 (Summer 1999)]
... agencies from conducting wiretaps.(2) Digital communications services generally convert telephone conversations and other transmissions into a digital code that is impossible to 'listen in' on. The digital telephony act requires all telephone companies to make digital communications available to law enforcement officials in the same way that traditional voice transmissions are currently accessible, and to install increased surveillance capabilities into their networks. Despite the fact that Congress intended CALEA to preserve, not expand, the surveillance powers of the FBI and other law enforcement agencies, since its enactment the FBI has sought to use CALEA to require additional surveillance features, such as the capability to track the location of cellular phone users, and an increase in ...
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... prior to 4:44 am; which is to say, while it was still dark, and hours before Guyanese Defense Forces arrived at the commune. How the Agency was able to do this is uncertain- the matter remains classified. Satellite imagery is only the most remote possibility, given the darkness and the low-priority of Guyana as a surveillance site. Radio intercepts are a second, more likely, possibility; at present, however, it is unknown if there were transmissions from Jonestown that would have permitted an eavesdropper to report the occurrence of 'mass suicides'. A third possibility, and the one that seems most likely, is the existence of a CIA officer or agent ...
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107. Web Update [Lobster #36 (Winter 1998/9)]
... of privacy in 50 countries. Includes Threats to Privacy; The Right to Privacy; Technologies of Privacy Invasion. The report was written by Privacy International; the primary authors are David Banisar of EPIC and Simon Davies of PI. Privacy International http://www.privacy.org/pi/ UK-based human rights group formed in 1990 as a watchdog on surveillance by governments and corporations. Campaigns to counter abuses of privacy by way of information technology such as telephone tapping, ID card systems, video surveillance, data matching, police information systems, etc. News; activities; issues; resources; conferences; links. Includes UK Privacy Page (www.privacy.org/pi/countries/uk/) ...
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108. Joseph K and the spooky launderette [Lobster #36 (Winter 1998/9)]
... school at fifteen and arriving in Sheffield at twenty-nine, there seemed to be few official records at all. I once met Faux socially. He arrived at a house for lunch when Pat and I were visiting. He made his excuses and left within minutes of Pat introducing me. I didn't know that he was head of A4, MI5's surveillance unit, at the time. I had assumed he was a spook- a 'friend at the Home Office', as Pat used to engagingly phrase it. The Security Commissioner is the person one complains to about the activities of MI5.I haven't bothered using that particular channel. To date, Stuart-Smith hasn't upheld any complaint about MI5's activities. ...
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109. Echelon [Lobster #35 (Summer 1998)]
... at Menwith Hill in the North York moors in the UK.' The report confirms for the first time the existence of the secretive ECHELON system. Until now, evidence of such astounding technology has been patchy and anecdotal.(1) But the report confirms that the citizens of Britain and other European states are subject to an intensity of surveillance far in excess of that imagined by most parliaments. Its findings are certain to excite the concern of MEPs. 'The ECHELON system forms part of the UKUSA system but unlike many of the electronic spy systems developed during the Cold War, ECHELON is designed primarily for non-military targets: governments, organizations and businesses in virtually every country. The ...
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110. Steady as she goes: Labour and the spooks [Lobster #35 (Summer 1998)]
... with embarassing past informers, than revealing the scale of its penetration of British politics. Colin Wallace's MI5 briefing notes showed that MI5 were monitoring the whole of British politics, not just the British Left and trade unions. While MI5 have been repeatedly portrayed as bumbling incompetents where Soviet subversion was concerned, the evidence we have is clear that their surveillance and penetration of the British labour movement has been far more extensive than the British Left realises. This is why we can't see our files; and why the word 'redacted'- meaning blacked-out- will never enter the political discourse of Britain the way it has in the United States. Robin Cook's dilemma With Robin Cook, nominally in ...
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