These types of headlines used to be limited to tabloid printed newspapers found at the end of the grocery store check-out line. The part of the store where impulse purchases, which usually aren’t very healthy, like candy and chewing gum, are strategically placed.* Conspiracy theories are an addiction many of us just can’t quit.* But what about the impact this alt-culture has in the workplace?
Once a post-JFK assassination phenomenon from the 20th century,* this cottage industry has been amplified by 21st-century technology, metastasizing into quite an addictive tumor. Hand-held smart screen technology changes everything. The list of conspiracy theories is constantly growing.* And the internet is in the palm of everyone’s hand. Its enticing and counterproductive content a finger swipe away.
Streaming services cater to the conspiracy-theory audience. Amazon’s, Hulu’s, and Netflix’s content reflect this unhealthy habit. These publicly traded companies offer viewers things like 9/11 conspiracy films and Flat Earth documentaries.* Countless YouTube channels crank out endless videos, either claiming the earth flat or debunking the idea. This is a waste of time unless you crave YouTube views for the advertising revenue. A flat world is simply impossible, the idea is so obviously divorced from experience and demonstrable reality, that there is nothing more to say about it. There is no logical reason to bother “debunking” it.
Some people seem to think that the Zapruder film is some kind of hoax, that it is nothing more than a photographic cartoon. Amazon even sells a book about this very subject, entitled, The Great Zapruder Film Hoax: Deceit and Deception in the Death of JFK.* Imagine that! People will believe anything, especially when the idea involves fanciful conspiratorial thinking amplified by the internet. Conspiracy theorizing used to be an amusing pastime, harmless in impact, with the mainstream media promoting these kinds of ideas for decades. CNN’s Larry King Live television show, is but one example that comes easily to mind.* Daytime talk shows would interview endless streams of guests who would babble on about these kinds of ideas. But that was before Alex Jones inspired the 9/11 Truth movement.** That was before the last decade’s palm-fitting social media revolution. That was before tragedies like the Boston Marathon bombing and the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting changed everything, transforming conspiracy theorists into truthers.*
Tin-foil hat content is freely available online all the time.*
Everyone likes P.T. Barnum, Ripley’s Believe It Or Not! styled sideshows and everyone loves trying to solve mysteries. The conspiracy theory cottage industry has been amplified by 21st-century technology, spreading the addictive truther mental cancer, impacting even the workplace.* 20th-century cottage industry speculation became a 21st-century amplified schizophrenic revelation.*
It’s one thing watching Geraldo Rivera’s late show, Good Night America, in the middle of the night back in 1975 when guests, the comedian, and activist David Gregory and conspiracy theory author, Robert Groden showed the late-night television-watching audience the Zapruder film.* This was the first time the public ever got to see this famous home movie. The only other time the public was made privy to the footage was when Life Magazine published frames from it a mere seven days after JFK’s assassination.* It’s another thing to propagate paranoid delusions via social media.
The transition from world wide web to social media would change everything.
Today it might seem hard to believe, but there was a time when the television stopped broadcasting content. The national anthem used to signify the end of the broadcasting day.* By the time we could watch Larry King’s 1991 interview with director Oliver Stone, about his successful film, the Warner Brothers distributed JFK, television stopped signing off. The 24-hour cable news and television programming cycle would get us accustomed to endless broadcasting. Now it’s all online all the time, available globally. You can do an internet search for the Oliver Stone film and learn all about how he promoted the conspiracy theory that multiple shooters were involved with the Kennedy Assassination.* Oliver Stone pushes the idea that elements of the government were responsible for the death of President John F. Kennedy, contradicting the official account, the Warren Commission Report.*
It’s one thing to question authority. It’s another to propagate paranoid concerns about the imagined Deep State,* as Oliver Stone would do. You’d watch an interview with this director once, and that would be that. Now you can rewatch multiple videos about the Kennedy assassination over and over again. You can do this at work. Mainstream media capitalizes on the interest the public has in conspiracy theories in general and this mother of all conspiracy theorizing specifically. Like the conspiracy theorist, the mainstream media does not consider the effects that conspiracy theories could have on the workplace. This impact is now amplified by the internet, as social media means truthers have access to a worldwide audience. The internet becomes the medium for contagious, unproductive behavior.*
What is the behavioral impact of all of this on corporate culture?
Employee mental health matters. Conspiracy theories in the 21st century are more socially relevant than they were during the 20th century. Technological advances have seen to that. The same technology is responsible for radicalizing people’s beliefs. The repetitive nature of social media and human psychology are the ingredients needed to concoct quite an organizational mess. We emulate each other’s behavior, and we usually gravitate to groups who think and behave as we do. We seek to have our peers positively reinforce our ideas and identities.*
Truther communities are usually insulated and self-referential and tend to promote divisive behavior. These seemingly deluded people will spend countless hours creating paranoid social media. Many of these so-called researchers spend inordinate amounts of time pointing their fingers at each other, claiming the other person is a government agent sent to infiltrate the Truth Movement. If this behavior becomes contagious in an organization, the staff will begin to question the motives of management and each other. The employees may even start believing that there are office conspiracies involving things like promotions.* This behavior rejects diversity and creates a counterproductive work environment that is not conducive to creativity.*
The internet and social media are a double-edged sword. As much as the power of modern communication means we can do research we would have been incapable of during prior times; it also means some of us might begin to question authority to the point where it becomes counterproductive. It also means some of us might become closed off to new ideas. Online social media echo chambers can contribute to organizational inefficiency. There is demonstrable strength in diversity that the truther community denies. Truthers do not welcome independent thinking, despite what some of them may claim. They usually have litmus tests we must pass before being accepted by the group. Of course, merely passing these litmus tests does not mean we would be immune from accusations that we are undercover agents sent to infiltrate the group. Is this the kind of behavior we want in the workplace?*
In terms of productivity, 21st-century social media amplifies the power of distraction. It is hand-held, unlike 20th-century mass media, Entertainment content and more is a finger swipe away. Smart-screens fit in our hands. We carry them everywhere we go, including to our jobs. The television set used to stay home, and our record albums and videotapes along with it. With a smartphone, this is not the case. Its impact is more profound than a few minutes of water-cooler chatting about the movie of the week would have been.* What effect does the spread of conspiracy theory culture have on employee morale, the role of management, and employee turnover rate?
This addictive truther mind virus continues to spread like the dangerous plague it is.
Despite the best efforts of self-appointed online “debunkers” the truther movement seems to have only grown, continuing to spread like a contagious mental infection.* There seem to be more people lost in truther rabbit holes than ever before.* Some of these folks even believe the world ended back in December 2012.* The impact this alternative culture has on world societies might not seem very profound today, but it is from humble beginnings that all transformative revolutions originate. The events of the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting would not only create the need for active shooter drills that have become commonplace in local schools; these events acted as a catalyst for the truther movement, igniting their misguided passions into a blaze of speculative thinking that they are more than happy to share with anyone interested in listening to their rantings. Some of these people even refuse to believe that anyone died during horrible tragedies like the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting and the Boston Marathon bombing. Believe it or not.*
It is too soon to tell what the true long term impact will be.
Professional psychologists, sociologists, and cultural anthropologists will be spending decades studying this social phenomenon.* Amateur debunkers lack the training and fundamental understanding of human nature to have opinions that matter. They are part of the problem, not part of any carefully considered solution.* Debunkers usually behave in a more immature manner than those they are obsessed with debunking. These adults spend countless hours of wasted effort writing blog articles, composing forum entries, and recording YouTube videos.* Their addiction would seem just as unproductive and as detrimental to mental health as the habits of those they seek to debunk.* None of these people are using the internet for educational reasons. Nor do the debunkers seem to understand what science is, despite their carnival barked claims to the contrary. Debunkers and truthers encourage similar behavior in others. They act like this is all a game. They don’t consider the negative influence their actions could have on business, on employee productivity and morale. Employees who should focus their effort on their careers can just as easily be tempted with online debunking social media as they can with truther content. Dating websites specifically oriented towards conspiracy culture are another source of potential employee indiscretion.* How many hours do employees spend thinking about problems they are not getting paid to solve? How much mental effort are they spending worrying about what other people think? How much time do they waste responding to social media posts when they should be working?*
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Conspiracy theories are more popular than ever, and social media is in on it.*
We designed our marketing campaign using conspiracy theory mythology as inspiration. We thought we would try to take advantage of this unique moment in history. Social media has changed our world.* What was once a 20th-century pastime limited to that century's media has now become a constant online cottage industry.* We have a conspiracy theory loving President who can't help himself.* More people are skeptical of official narratives than ever before.* People love trying to solve mysteries. Conspiracy theorizing provides us with endless mental mazes and puzzles to solve. Many of us can't resist this lure.* And we couldn't resist using conspiracy theories to promote Snelgraphix.
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A HISTORY OF DISCORD DECEPTIONS!
“Discordian, Prankster, Lee Harvey Oswald writer - Kerry Thornley”
“The Principia Discordia is a Discordian religious text written by Greg Hill (Malaclypse the Younger) with Kerry Wendell Thornley (Lord Omar Khayyam Ravenhurst). The first edition was printed using Jim Garrison's Xerox printer in 1963. “
“The second edition was published under the title Principia Discordia or How The West Was Lost in a limited edition of five copies in 1965. The phrase Principia Discordia, reminiscent of Newton's Principia Mathematica, is presumably intended to mean Discordant Principles, or Principles of Discordance. The Principia describes the Discordian Society and its Goddess Eris, as well as the basics of the POEE denomination of Discordianism. It features typewritten and handwritten text intermixed with clip art, stamps, and seals appropriated from other sources.
While the Principia is full of literal contradictions and unusual humor, it contains several passages which propose that there is serious intent behind the work, for example a message scrawled on page 00075: "If you think the PRINCIPIA is just a ha-ha, then go read it again." The Principia is quoted extensively in and shares many themes with the satirical science fiction book The Illuminatus! Trilogy by Robert Shea and Robert Anton Wilson. Wilson was not directly involved in writing the Principia. Notable symbols in the book include the Apple of Discord, the pentagon, and the "Sacred Chao", which resembles the Taijitu of Taoism, but the two principles depicted are "Hodge" and "Podge" rather than yin and yang, and they are represented by the apple and the pentagon, and not by dots. Saints identified include Emperor Norton, Yossarian, Don Quixote, and Bokonon. The Principia also introduces the mysterious word "fnord", later popularized in The Illuminatus! Trilogy; the trilogy itself is mentioned in the afterword to the Loompanics edition, and in the various introductions to the fifth editions.”
“Discordianism is a paradigm based upon the book Principia Discordia, written by Greg Hill with Kerry Wendell Thornley in 1963, the two working under the pseudonyms Malaclypse the Younger and Omar Khayyam Ravenhurst. According to self-proclaimed "crackpot historian" Adam Gorightly, Discordianism was founded as a parody religion. Many outside observers still regard Discordianism as a parody religion, although some of its adherents may utilize it as a legitimate religion or as a metaphor for a governing philosophy.
The Principia Discordia, if read literally, encourages the worship of the Greek goddess Eris, known in Latin as Discordia, the goddess of disorder, or archetypes and ideals associated with her. Depending on the version of Discordianism, Eris might be considered the goddess exclusively of disorder or the goddess of disorder and chaos. Both views are supported by the Principia Discordia. The Principia Discordia holds three core principles: the Aneristic (order), the Eristic (disorder), and the notion that both are mere illusions. Due to these principles, a Discordian believes there is no distinction between disorder and chaos, since the only difference between the two is that one refers to 'order'. An argument presented by the text is that it is only by rejecting these principles that you can truly perceive reality as it is, chaos.
It is difficult to estimate the number of Discordians because they are not required to hold Discordianism as their only belief system, and because, by nature of the system itself, there is an encouragement to form schisms and cabals.”
“Principia Discordia editions
The first edition was printed using Jim Garrison's Xerox printer in 1963. The second edition was published under the title Principia Discordia or How The West Was Lost in a limited edition of five copies (and released into the public domain) in 1965.”
“Kerry Thornley -- A Jim Garrison Suspect in the JFK Assassination”
“Kerry Wendell Thornley was also known for his 1962 manuscript, The Idle Warriors, which was based on the activities of his acquaintance, Lee Harvey Oswald, prior to the 1963 assassination of John F. Kennedy.”
“Kerry Wendell Thornley (April 17, 1938 – November 28, 1998) is known as the co-founder (along with childhood friend Greg Hill) of Discordianism, in which context he is usually known as Omar Khayyam Ravenhurst or simply Lord Omar. He and Hill authored the religion's text Principia Discordia, Or, How I Found Goddess, And What I Did To Her When I Found Her. Thornley was also known for his 1962 manuscript, The Idle Warriors, which was based on the activities of his acquaintance, Lee Harvey Oswald, prior to the 1963 assassination of John F. Kennedy. Thornley was highly active in the countercultural publishing scene, writing for a number of underground magazines and newspapers, and self-publishing many one-page (or broadsheet) newsletters of his own. One such newsletter called Zenarchy was published in the 1960s under the pen name Ho Chi Zen. Zenarchy is described in the introduction of the collected volume as "the social order which springs from meditation", and "A noncombative, nonparticipatory, no-politics approach to anarchy intended to get the serious student thinking."
Raised Mormon, in adulthood Kerry shifted his ideological focus frequently, in rivalry with any serious countercultural figure of the 1960s. Among the subjects he closely scrutinized throughout his life were atheism, anarchism, Objectivism, autarchism (he attended Robert LeFevre's Freedom School), neo-paganism, Kerista, Buddhism, and the memetic inheritor of Discordianism, the Church of the SubGenius.”
“The testimony of Kerry Wendell Thornley was taken at 9:40 a.m., on May 18, 1964, at 200 Maryland Avenue NE., Washington, D.C., by Messrs. John Ely and Albert E. Jenner, Jr., assistant counsel of the President's Commission.”
"Yes, there is a conspiracy, in fact there are a great number of conspiracies that are all tripping each other up.”
“And all of those conspiracies are run by paranoid fantasists and ham-fisted clowns. If you are on a list targeted by the CIA, you really have nothing to worry about. If however, you have a name similar to somebody on a list targeted by the CIA, then you are dead. The main thing that I learned about conspiracy theory is that conspiracy theorists actually believe in a conspiracy because that is more comforting. The truth of the world is that it is chaotic. The truth is, that it is not the Jewish banking conspiracy or the grey aliens or the 12 foot reptiloids from another dimension that are in control. The truth is more frightening, nobody is in control. The world is rudderless.” – Alan Moore*
“The Illuminatus! Trilogy is a series of three novels by American writers Robert Shea and Robert Anton Wilson, first published in 1975. The trilogy is a satirical, postmodern, science fiction-influenced adventure story; a drug-, sex-, and magic-laden trek through a number of conspiracy theories, both historical and imaginary, related to the authors' version of the Illuminati. The narrative often switches between third- and first-person perspectives in a nonlinear narrative. It is thematically dense, covering topics like counterculture, numerology, and Discordianism.
The trilogy comprises three parts which contain five books and appendices: The Eye in the Pyramid (first two books), The Golden Apple (third and part of fourth book), Leviathan (part of fourth and all of fifth book, and the appendices). The parts were first published as three separate volumes starting in September 1975. In 1984 they were published as an omnibus edition and are now more commonly reprinted in the latter form.
The authors went on to write several works, both fiction and nonfiction, that dealt further with the themes of the trilogy, but they did not write any direct sequels.[further explanation needed]
Illuminatus! has been adapted for the stage, as an audio book and has influenced several modern writers, artists, musicians, and games-makers. The popularity of the word "fnord" and the 23 enigma can both be attributed to the trilogy.”
“CIA Website Allegedly Attacked By LulzSec Hackers | HuffPost”
“Jun 15, 2011 - The homepage of the Central Intelligence Agency, http://cia.gov/ ... PBS.org, as well as gaming sites Minecraft and League of Legends.”
Internet research has had a profound impact on the way ideas are formed and knowledge is created. Common applications of Internet research include personal research on a particular subject (something mentioned on the news, a health problem, etc.), students doing research for academic projects and papers, and journalists and other writers researching stories.
Research is a broad term. Here, it is used to mean "looking something up (on the Web)". It includes any activity where a topic is identified, and an effort is made to actively gather information for the purpose of furthering understanding. It may include some post-collection analysis like a concern for quality or synthesis.
Through searches on the Internet hundreds or thousands of pages can often be quickly found with some relation to a given topic. In addition, email (including mailing lists), online discussion forums(aka message boards, BBS's), and other personal communication facilities (instant messaging, IRC, newsgroups, etc.) can provide direct access to experts and other individuals with relevant interests and knowledge.”
“INSIDE BIN LADEN’S FILES: GIFS, MEMES, AND MR. BEAN”
“Oracle Corporation is an American multinational computer technology corporation headquartered in Redwood Shores, California. The company sells database software and technology, cloud engineered systems, and enterprise software products—particularly its own brands of database management systems. In 2018, Oracle was the third-largest software company by revenue.
The company also develops and builds tools for database development and systems of middle-tier software, enterprise resource planning (ERP) software, Human Capital Management (HCM) software, customer relationship management (CRM) software, and supply chain management (SCM) software.”
“The USA PATRIOT Act (commonly known as the "Patriot Act") is an Act of the U.S. Congress that was signed into law by President George W. Bush on October 26, 2001. The title of the Act is a contrived three letter initialism (USA) preceding a seven letter acronym (PATRIOT), which in combination stand for Uniting and Strengthening America by Providing Appropriate Tools Required to Intercept and Obstruct Terrorism Act of 2001. The acronym was created by a 23 year old Congressional staffer, Chris Cylke.”
“The September 11 attacks (also referred to as 9/11)[a] were a series of four coordinated terrorist attacks by the Islamic terrorist group al-Qaeda against the United States on the morning of Tuesday, September 11, 2001. The attacks killed 2,996 people, injured over 6,000 others, and caused at least $10 billion in infrastructure and property damage. Additional people died of 9/11-related cancer and respiratory diseases in the months and years following the attacks.”
“The bin Laden family (Arabic: بن لادن, bin Lādin), also spelled bin Ladin, is a wealthy family intimately connected with the innermost circles of the Saudi royal family. The family became the subject of media attention and scrutiny through the activities of one of its members, Osama bin Laden, the former head of al-Qaeda.”
“The Carlyle Group is an American multinational private equity, alternative asset management and financial services corporation. It specializes in corporate private equity, real assets, global credit, and investments. In 2015, Carlyle was the world's largest private equity firm by capital raised over the last five years, according to the PEI 300 index.
Founded in 1987 in Washington, D.C., by William E. Conway Jr., Daniel A. D'Aniello, and David Rubenstein, the company today has more than 1,575 employees in 31 offices on six continents. On May 3, 2012, Carlyle completed a $700 million initial public offering and began trading on the NASDAQstock exchange.
Carlyle's corporate private equity business has been one of the largest investors in leveraged buyout transactions over the decade 2004–2014 (or perhaps 2000–2010), Carlyle has invested in Booz Allen Hamilton, Dex Media, Dunkin' Brands, Freescale Semiconductor, Getty Images, HCR Manor Care, Hertz, Kinder Morgan, Nielsen, United Defense, and other companies.”
“The Church Committee (formally the United States Senate Select Committee to Study Governmental Operations with Respect to Intelligence Activities) was a U.S. Senate select committee in 1975 that investigated abuses by the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), National Security Agency (NSA), Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), and the Internal Revenue Service (IRS). Chaired by Idaho Senator Frank Church (D-ID), the committee was part of a series of investigations into intelligence abuses in 1975, dubbed the "Year of Intelligence", including its House counterpart, the Pike Committee, and the presidential Rockefeller Commission. The committee's efforts led to the establishment of the permanent U.S. Senate Select Committee on Intelligence.”
“Marsh & McLennan Companies, Inc. is a global professional services firm, headquartered in New York City with businesses in insurance brokerage, risk management, reinsurance services, talent management, investment advisory, and management consulting.
Marsh & McLennan's 2016 revenue of $13.2 billion ranked it #1 on Business Insurance's ranking of the world's largest insurance brokers.”
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“John Miller (born 1958 or 1959) is the Deputy Commissioner of Intelligence & Counterterrorism of the NYPD. He is the former Associate Deputy Director of National Intelligence for Analytic Transformation and Technology. Prior to that, he was an Assistant Director of Public Affairs for the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), where he was the bureau's national spokesman. Miller is also a former ABC News reporter and anchorman, perhaps best known for conducting a May 1998 interview with Osama bin Laden in Afghanistan. John Miller was named a senior correspondent for CBS News on October 17, 2011. In this capacity, Miller reported for all CBS News platforms and broadcasts, including CBS This Morning and occasionally for 60 Minutes.”
“The Zapruder film is a silent 8mm color motion picture sequence shot by Abraham Zapruder with a Bell & Howell home-movie camera, as United States President John F. Kennedy's motorcade passed through Dealey Plaza in Dallas, Texas, on November 22, 1963. Unexpectedly, it ended up capturing the President's assassination.
Even though it is not the only film of the shooting, the Zapruder film has been described as being the most complete one, giving a relatively clear view from a somewhat elevated position on the side from which the president's fatal head wound is visible. It was an important part of the Warren Commission hearings and all subsequent investigations of the assassination, and it is one of the most studied pieces of film in history. Of greatest notoriety is the film's capture of the fatal shot to President Kennedy's head when his presidential limousine was almost exactly in front of, and slightly below, Zapruder's position.”
“JFK is a 1991 American political thriller film directed by Oliver Stone. It examines the events leading to the assassination of United States President John F. Kennedy and alleged cover-up through the eyes of former New Orleans district attorney Jim Garrison (Kevin Costner). Garrison filed chargesagainst New Orleans businessman Clay Shaw (Tommy Lee Jones) for his alleged participation in a conspiracy to assassinate the President, for which Lee Harvey Oswald (Gary Oldman) was found responsible by the Warren Commission.
The film was adapted by Stone and Zachary Sklar from the books On the Trail of the Assassins by Jim Garrison and Crossfire: The Plot That Killed Kennedy by Jim Marrs. Stone described this account as a "counter-myth" to the Warren Commission's "fictional myth."
The film became embroiled in controversy. Upon its theatrical release, many major American newspapers ran editorials accusing Stone of taking liberties with historical facts, including the film's implication that President Lyndon B. Johnson was part of a coup d'état to kill Kennedy. Despite the controversy surrounding its historical depiction, JFK received critical praise for the performances of its cast, Stone's directing, score, editing, and cinematography. The film gradually picked up momentum at the box office after a slow start, earning over $205 million in worldwide gross, making it the sixth highest-grossing film of 1991 worldwide. JFK was nominated for eight Academy Awards, including Best Picture, Best Director for Stone and Best Supporting Actor for Jones and won two for Best Cinematography and Best Film Editing. It was the most successful of three films Stone made about American presidents, followed by Nixon with Anthony Hopkins in the title role and W. with Josh Brolin as George W. Bush.”
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“Social Media Is a Tool of the CIA. Seriously”
“Technology | Wikipedia 'shows CIA page edits' - BBC NEWS”
“THE U.S. SPY HUB IN THE HEART OF AUSTRALIA”
“THE ROUND EARTH ON FLAT PAPER | CIA FOIA (foia.cia.gov)”
“the round earth on flat paper - CIA”
“US Spies on Chat Rooms”
“NSA Intelligence Relationship with Australia, dated April 2013”
“Revealed: US spy operation that manipulates social media”
“NSA allows Australia to spy on US law firm”
“Inside the secret world of the CIA's social media team | TheHill”
“Secrets Revealed: How the CIA Manages Social Media”
“CIA, FBI computers used for Wikipedia edits”
“CIA and FBI Computers used for Wikipedia Edits | Santa Fe Institute”
“See Who's Editing Wikipedia - Diebold, the CIA, a Campaign | WIRED”
“The CIA Made A Card Game... And We're Releasing It”
“Wikipedia: Rotten to the Core - Helen Buyniski - Medium”
“More Terrifying Tech Tricks in the NSA and GCHQ’s Toolbox”
“Online gaming surveillance: So many NSA & CIA spies, they were spying on each other”
“Target Finding for the Empire: The NSA and the Pine Gap Facility”
“there's a trojan horse built every minute, parading lies as truth - CIA”
“XKeyscore: NSA tool collects 'nearly everything a user does on the internet'“
“World of Spycraft: NSA and CIA Spied in Online Games”
“Spy Games: NSA and CIA Allegedly Tried to Recruit World of Warcraft and Second Life Players – Documents suggest virtual surveillance in games dates back to at least 2008.”
“What We Know About the CIA’s Midcentury Mind-Control Project – Project MKUltra began on this day in 1953 and continued for years”
“Australia has 6 intelligence agencies: Here's what they are and the work they do”
“Harnessing Open Source Intelligence: Social Media and the CIA”
“Government Uses Social Networking Sites for More than Investigations”
“Australia Said to Play Part in N.S.A. Effort - The New York Times”
“CIA To Spy on Chat Rooms”
“CIA Monitors Youtube For Intelligence”
“After NSA and Microsoft, Australia’s top cybersec agency says to patch that Windows Bluekeep bug”
“CIA to Expand Cyber Espionage Capabilities”
“The CIA Is Training Its Officers With D&D-Style Tabletop RPGs”
“CIA Secretly Monitors World”
“Revealed: CIA Funding Companies that Specialize in Social Media Spying”
“The science of spying: how the CIA secretly recruits academics”
“14 cutting edge firms funded by the CIA”
“CIA Launches Anonymous Site on the Tor Network”
“What do I need to know about the CIA's hacking program?”
“See the Historic Maps Declassified by the CIA”
“PRISM is a code name for a program under which the United States National Security Agency (NSA) collects internet communications from various U.S. internet companies. The program is also known by the SIGAD US-984XN. PRISM collects stored internet communications based on demands made to internet companies such as Google LLC under Section 702 of the FISA Amendments Act of 2008 to turn over any data that match court-approved search terms. The NSA can use these PRISM requests to target communications that were encrypted when they traveled across the internet backbone, to focus on stored data that telecommunication filtering systems discarded earlier, and to get data that is easier to handle, among other things.”
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