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  1. US campaigns 'hacked', official warns (permalink)
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score: 5, Hardware, 2016-05-18 19:05:36, published by BBC
The US intelligence chief says cyber-hackers working for foreign governments are targeting the candidates in this year's presidential election. [additional details]
  2. U.S. intelligence: Hackers tried to spy on 2016 candidates (permalink)
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score: 5, Hardware, 2016-05-18 18:06:09, published by USA Today
Another presidential cycle, more foreign hackers spying on U.S. presidential candidates.additional details]
  3. Four more ways the CIA has meddled in Africa (permalink)
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score: 5, Hardware, 2016-05-17 01:05:17, published by BBC
The US Central Intelligence Agency has a long history of involvement in Africa, so reports that the 1962 arrest of Nelson Mandela don't come as a huge surprise. Here are four other examples. [additional details]
  4. VIDEO: World on the Move: Richard Dearlove (permalink)
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score: 5, Hardware, 2016-05-16 17:05:10, published by BBC
Former British secret intelligence chief Sir Richard Dearlove speaks as part of the BBC's World on the Move day. [additional details]
  5. GCHQ intelligence agency joins Twitter (permalink)
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score: 5, Hardware, 2016-05-16 14:05:17, published by BBC
The UK's intelligence agency GCHQ sets up an official account on Twitter. [additional details]
  6. S. Korea, U.S., Japan plan joint drills on N. Korean threat (permalink)
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score: 5, Hardware, 2016-05-16 10:06:08, published by USA Today
The training follows a 2014 intelligence-gathering pact among the three countries, designed to better cope with North Korea’s increasing nuc...additional details]
  7. CIA tip-off 'led to Mandela's arrest' (permalink)
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score: 5, Hardware, 2016-05-15 14:05:04, published by BBC
Nelson Mandela's arrest in 1962 came as a result of a tip-off from an agent of the US Central Intelligence Agency, a report says. [additional details]
  8. Russia 'behind German parliament hack' (permalink)
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score: 5, Hardware, 2016-05-13 15:05:03, published by BBC
Germany's domestic intelligence agency accuses Russia of being behind a series of cyber attacks on German state computer systems. [additional details]
  9. Obama signs trade secrets bill, allowing companies to sue (permalink)
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score: 5, Hardware, 2016-05-11 22:06:11, published by USA Today
The Defend Trade Secrets Act adds a civil component to the law making intellectual property theft a crime.additional details]
10. New Russia doping cover-up alleged (permalink)
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score: 5, Hardware, 2016-05-09 09:05:07, published by BBC
A whistleblower claims undercover intelligence agents posed as anti-doping staff to cover up cheating at the Sochi 2014 Winter Olympics. [additional details]
11. As nominee, Trump would get classified intelligence briefings (permalink)
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score: 5, Hardware, 2016-05-05 23:06:09, published by USA Today
Not everyone is comfortable with the soon-to-be Republican nominee's access to state secrets.additional details]
12. Intel chief: ISIS can attack in U.S. (permalink)
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score: 5, Hardware, 2016-05-04 12:05:50, published by CNN
ISIS has the capability to stage a Paris-style attack in the U.S. using local cells to strike in multiple locations and inflict dozens of casualties, according to the Obama administration's top U.S. intelligence official. [additional details]
13. CIA panned for Bin Laden death tweets (permalink)
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score: 5, Hardware, 2016-05-02 00:05:03, published by BBC
The US Central Intelligence Agency is criticised online for live-tweeting the killing of Osama Bin Laden as if it were happening today. [additional details]
14. Surprise removal of German spy chief (permalink)
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score: 5, Hardware, 2016-04-27 12:05:33, published by BBC
The head of Germany's foreign intelligence service, Gerhard Schindler, is to leave his job early amid reports that he was forced out. [additional details]
15. Sweden examining 'Islamic State threat' (permalink)
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score: 5, Hardware, 2016-04-26 11:05:31, published by BBC
Sweden's intelligence service confirms it is investigating new information which reportedly concerns a possible terror threat to Stockholm. [additional details]
16. Official: ISIS cells in UK, Germany, Italy (permalink)
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score: 5, Hardware, 2016-04-25 21:05:48, published by CNN
America's top intelligence official, James Clapper, said Monday that ISIS has clandestine cells in the United Kingdom, Germany and Italy, comments that come as President Barack Obama concludes an overseas visit where he asked Europe to contribute more to the fight against ISIS. [additional details]
17. Sleeper terrorist cells exist in Germany, Italy and U.K., intel chief says (permalink)
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score: 5, Hardware, 2016-04-25 17:06:13, published by USA Today
The clandestine cells threaten Europe, said National Intelligence Director James Clapper.additional details]
18. Intel to cut 12,000 jobs globally (permalink)
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score: 5, Hardware, 2016-04-19 22:05:18, published by BBC
Computer chip maker Intel says it is cutting 12,000 jobs - about 11% of its workforce - over the next 12 months. [additional details]
19. Paris suspect 'studied nuclear site' (permalink)
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score: 5, Hardware, 2016-04-14 14:05:09, published by BBC
German media say papers about a nuclear research centre were found at a Paris attacks suspect's flat, but intelligence officials deny the report. [additional details]
20. U.S. sources: N.K. may be preparing mobile ballistic missile launch (permalink)
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score: 5, Hardware, 2016-04-12 13:05:48, published by CNN
U.S. intelligence satellites have spotted signs that North Korea may be preparing for an unprecedented launch of a mobile ballistic missile which could potentially hit portions of the U.S., CNN has learned. [additional details]
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