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Book Review: Spies, Lies, and Algorithms: The History and Future of American Intelligence by Amy B. Zegart

Elizabeth QuistAmericas, Counterintelligence, Intelligence

Book Review: Spies, Lies, and Algorithms: The History and Future of American Intelligence by Amy B. ZegartJuly 15, 2022 | | espionage | Written by [molongui_byline] Book Review: Spies, Lies, and Algorithms: The History and Future of American Intelligence by Amy B. Zegart   The practice and art of spying have roots in the Western human experience since biblical times …

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Tiktok, Tinder, Zoomer, Spy: Motivations for Espionage in Late Millenials and Gen Z

Dan (pseudonym)Americas, Cyber Strategy, Intelligence

Tiktok, Tinder, Zoomer, Spy: Motivations for Espionage in Late Millenials and Gen ZJuly 15, 2022 | | espionage | Written by [molongui_byline] Tiktok, Tinder, Zoomer, Spy: Motivations for Espionage in Late Millenials and Gen Z   Among individuals who are considered prime targets for espionage, you can find people from nearly every lifestyle, creed, and ethnicity. Certain factors, such as …

Notes & Thoughts on W. Chambers’ Witness

Sebastian SmeureanuCounterintelligence, Intelligence

Notes & Thoughts on W. Chambers’ WitnessMarch 15, 2022 | | espionage | Written by [molongui_byline] It seems Whittaker Chambers grew up surrounded by culture. And that music had an unusually strong emotional effect on him. He implies in Witness that, unlike Lenin, who gave up listening to music because of the “emotional havoc it played with him,”[1] he never …