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NSA never used Heartbleed to spy, White House says

DIGITALGLOBE : DNI Recommends Higher Resolution Imagery To Whi...

TAMPA : The head of the Intelligence Community, Director of National Intelligence James Clapper , told the world's biggest intelligence conference that he has recommended tothe White House that it approve significantly higher resolutions for the ... 4 Traders, 17 hours ago
US denies NSA 'used' Web bug The Telegraph, 3 days ago

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CIA chief visited Kiev at the weekend: White House

By AFP | AFP Central Intelligence Agency director John Brennan visited Kiev at the weekend, the White House said Monday, amid US ire over the storming of official buildings in eastern Ukraine by pro-Russian gunmen. "We can confirm that the ...
 Yahoo! UK and Ireland1 day ago White House: CIA chief visited Ukraine  Press TV1 day ago White House confirms Brennan visit to Kiev  Kuwait News Agency1 day ago 'CIA has blood on hands in Ukraine'  Press TV20 hours ago

Intelligence service an ANC tool: Kasrils

Johannesburg -The intelligence service has become a tool for Luthuli House and the president, former intelligence minister Ronnie Kasrils said on Tuesday. "They say we messed up in our jobs and we're responsible for where the country is today," he ...
 IOL20 hours ago SAPA - ELECTIONS-3RD-LD-KASRILS  Namibia Press Agency20 hours ago Former Intelligence Officials And False Flags OpEd  Eurasia Review4 days ago
Times Live South Africa

Intelligence service a tool for Luthuli House, Zuma: Kasrils

"They say we messed up in our jobs and we're responsible for where the country is today," he told reporters at Wits University in Johannesburg. "I blew the whistle and I figured out that there were [intelligence] agents, that there were officers ...
 Times Live South Africa21 hours ago Intelligence a tool Kasrils hours ago
World Bulletin

US pressures Russia on Snowden slams China

(MENAFN - Arab Times) Washington june 24 2013 (afp) -the white house pressured russia to expel fugitive us intelligence leaker edward snowden and warned china it had harmed efforts to rebuild trust by allowing him to leave hong kong. as intrigue in ...
 MENAFN18 hours ago White House warns Russia of more 'costs' over Ukraine  Sharenet1 day ago CORRECTED-UPDATE 1-White House warns Russia of more 'costs' over Ukraine  Reuters India1 day ago
India TV

NSA, White House denies using Heartbleed bug to spy

Related Story: Calls to reset passwords as Heartbleed bug puts data in danger US intelligence agencies have denied a report that they exploited the Heartbleed bug in internet encryption to gather intelligence, saying they were not aware of the ...
 ABC Online4 days ago NSA denies exploiting 'Heartbleed' vulnerability for intel  Deccan Herald4 days ago Heartbleed bug: White House, NSA denies spying claims  India TV4 days ago NSA denies exploiting 'Heartbleed' vulnerability for intel  Business Standard4 days ago
MSN India

Snowden denies he got help from Russia in leaking US secrets: Report

The head of the U.S. House of Representatives Intelligence Committee says he is investigating whether Snowden had help from Russia in stealing and revealing U.S. government secrets AFP Washington: Former US spy agency contractor Edward Snowden said he acted ...
 MSN India2 months ago Senate Intelligence Committee investigating leak to McClatchy, Feinstein says  Miami Herald4 days ago Senate Intelligence Committee's CIA Findings  Islam Times3 days ago US lawmaker investigates whether Russia behind Snowden's leaks  Times of India2 months ago

Top U.S. lawmaker: intelligence top priority in defense bill

WASHINGTON, April 10 (Reuters) - The chairman of the U.S. House Armed Services Committee said on Thursday that intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance capabilities would be top priorities as the panel puts together this year's massive defense ...
 CNBC5 days ago GOP House Committee Chairman 'Satisfied' With Benghazi Response  NewsMax.com5 days ago Intelligence top priority in defence bill: Mckeon  Qatar Tribune5 days ago Top US Lawmaker Intelligence Top Priority in Defense Bill  Big News Network5 days ago
Stars and Stripes

House Dems urge Obama to quickly declassify CIA report

Forty House Democrats are urging President Obama to quickly declassify portions of the Senate Intelligence Committee's report on the government's use of enhanced interrogation techniques. Last week, over loud objections from the CIA, the Senate ...
 The Hill5 days ago Senator: Intelligence Committee probing CIA torture report leak to media  Stars and Stripes4 days ago CIA and White House Under Pressure After Senate Torture Report Leaks  Free Internet Press3 days ago CIA And White House Under Pressure  Islam Times3 days ago
Miami Herald

Feinstein asks White House to edit torture report

The head of the Senate Intelligence Committee appealed to President Barack Obama to reconsider his administration's decision to task the CIA with editing a torture report harshly critical of the spy agency's treatment of terror suspects after the Sept. 11 ...
 Sify6 days ago
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