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The CIA Monitors Discord Chat Rooms

Publicity photo of American entertainers; (L–R)  Jack Haley ,  Ray Bolger ,  Judy Garland  and  Bert Lahr  promoting the January 9, 1966  CBS  broadcast of the 1939  MGM  feature film  The Wizard of Oz . •  Wikimedia Commons

Publicity photo of American entertainers; (L–R) Jack Haley, Ray Bolger, Judy Garland and Bert Lahr promoting the January 9, 1966 CBS broadcast of the 1939 MGM feature film The Wizard of Oz. • Wikimedia Commons

If you do a Google search for “the CIA monitors chat rooms”, the results date back to the turn of the last millennium.

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“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”

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