Newer News: October 2012
September 2012 Intelligence News
- Drone Strikes Memo Debates Legality of Targeted Killing by Andrea Stone, Huffington Post, September 14. "A newly surfaced Congressional Research Service analysis of the government's targeted killing of suspected terrorists, including U.S. citizens, suggests the Obama administration's view of due process in these situations is similar to that of Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas."
- U.S. spies press for renewal of broad electronic surveillance law by Mark Hosenball, Reuters, September 11. "U.S. intelligence officials made a public plea on Tuesday, the 11th anniversary of the September 11, 2001, attacks, for quick congressional action to extend a sweeping but controversial U.S. electronic surveillance law."
- Nowhere to Hide: Secret Spy Sat Agency Plans Unblinking Array by David Axe, Wired Danger Room, September 4. "The National Reconnaissance Office, America's secretive spy satellite agency, wants to expand the current flashlight-like satellite deployment to a horizon-spanning, overhead spotlight that can illuminate vast swaths of the planet all at once."
Older News: August 2012
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Updated October 3, 2012