Central Intelligence Agency

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  • Homeland Security Essay

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    Since the attacks on September 11th, 2001, intelligence activities has been one of the most controversial issues facing this country with one of the most controversial being the Department of Homeland Security (DHS). Created in November of 2002 and concepted just two weeks after the attacks, the DHS focuses in five goals; prevent terrorism and enhance security, secure and manage the borders, enforce and administer immigration laws, safeguard and secure cyberspace, and ensure resilience to disasters

  • The Patriot Act Impact On America

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    impacted of America, the Director of National Intelligence, and the agencies that report directly towards the DNI. Topic I : Patriot Act impact in America A. Anti-terrorism Prevention B. Civil Liberties C. Media , Journalism , and Libraries Topic: II. Director of National Intelligence. A. Duties as a Director of National Intelligence. B. Previous Directors of National Intelligence. C. Director of National Intelligence Clapper. Topic III : Agencies that are effected by the Patriot Act.

  • What should a person care about more, the nation or the individual? If an individual wants privacy

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    The Central Security Service provides accurate support and knowledge to the military. It is in partnership with the National Security Service and the military. The government is constantly watching U.S. citizens and everything they do. Cameras are posted at

  • Edward Snowden: United States National Security Agency

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    Key words CIA (Central intelligence agency Spy’s) FBI (federal Bureau Investigations, police NSA (National Security Agency, monitors surveillance) Who was Edward snowden? Edward Snowden, was a former US(NSA) contractor, now lives in Russia after fleeing the United States via Hong Kong in May, having revealed extensive internet and phone surveillance by US intelligence. What was prism PRISM is a code name for a program under which the United States National Security Agency (NSA) collects internet

  • Reinstatement Of Torture Analysis

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    Torture is the action or practice of inflicting severe pain on someone as a punishment or to force them to do or say something, or for the pleasure of the person inflicting the pain. The Central Intelligence Agency of the US is known for its torture methods, or “enhanced interrogation techniques.” These various torture methods have led to a lot of backlash from the public and added resistance from the opposing organizations. Legally, Torture, done by Americans, has been banned under various acts

  • The Regulation Of Freedom Of Speech

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    Rome, which was one of the strongest ancient empires, had worshipped a god named Janus. Romans believed that Janus protected their beginnings, gates and time; in particular, the god was depicted as a male with two faces (Martin 38). Similarly, freedom of speech is two-faced Janus with freedom and limit. According to Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms, Canadians are free to think their own thoughts, speak their own minds, to gather peacefully into groups and to associate with whomever they wish

  • The September 11th Attacks And Its Impact On The United States

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    The September 11th attacks became a turning point in the evolution of security systems and models in the United States. These horrific events also challenged the security status quo around the globe. The current evidence suggests that the level of planning in the September 11th attacks was truly unprecedented. The complexity of the activities, systems, resources, and decisions involved eventually translated into a terrorist attack of enormous scope and magnitude. The September 11th acts of terrorism

  • The Position Of Director Of National Intelligence

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    of National Intelligence (DNI) was created under the Intelligence Reform and Terrorism Prevention Act of 2004 (IRTPA). The position of DNI replaced the Director of the Central Intelligence (DCI) as the senior intelligence official, head of the intelligence community’s 16 agencies, and principal intelligence advisor to the President of the United States (POTUS) and the National Security Council (NSC). The IRTPA of 2004, also established the Office of the Director of National Intelligence (ODNI) as

  • Security Of The Nation And The Protection Of Life, Liberty And Happiness

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    on the constant vigilance of organizations that develop intelligence to foresee and thwart the enemies who want to do harm on the innocent and tarnish an image of both prosperity and tranquility. Intelligence and Homeland Security play vital roles in ensuring plans are in place to act in case a situation arises. Without the required intelligence, Homeland Security is limited on allocating needed resources. Local, State and Federal agencies work tirelessly around the clock to provide adequate and

  • The Intelligence Of The United States

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    most part “intelligence norms” are still serving the purposes for which they were designed to fulfill. However, the intelligence community (IC) is not currently post-cold war which is where these norms may have been exactly what was needed in order to protect our national security. The treats that our national security faced during the cold war are not the same as the advanced technological tactics that are threatening our national security today. With the early on perceived intelligence community