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How Governments Are Using Cellphone Data for Surveillance

WSJ Tech News Briefing

06:15 min | 3 weeks ago

How Governments Are Using Cellphone Data for Surveillance

"Download an APP whether it's a game, a run tracker, or even whether you make it a prompt asking you to let the APP. Access your location. It's probably not news to you that if you say yes, the advertising industry then collects that location data from you packages it up and sells it, but you might not know that they're not just selling your data to marketers and other people who want you to buy stuff. People in the advertising industry are also selling it to the government are Puerto Byron Tau has been looking into this and he joins us now to explain. Byron, thanks for being here. So you reported on a team of researchers in Mississippi, they use some of this location data to track a group of people in Russia. Where all did they trace them? So. This was part of an open source intelligence project paid for by the US military, and these academic researchers were looking at drone test sites and other military facilities across Eastern Europe, including in Russia, in as part of this experiment, they were looking at where people present at these drone test sites are military bases were going where they traveling back to Moscow where they meeting with members of the Russian presidential administration or foreign officials. Simply, where were they? They going and by tracing their cellphone movements. They were able to find out a lot. One person that they were tracking went on vacation to Cuba another person went to this sort of key geopolitical strategic vision in Azerbaijan others went to other secure Russian military districts. You know what we found was that it was pretty easy and pretty extraordinary to get a level of detail about the movement of these purportedly Russian military officials and or military. Civilians with access to military facilities and track them around the world. So like you said these guys were researchers. They were academics. They were not intelligence analysts. So, what were they doing with this data? So this data comes from a commercial vendor. A company called Babel Street which is publicly in the business of monitoring social media. They offer a lot of services to local police, departments and governments at all levels to monitor unfolding situations, but they also sell this little. Little add on called locate ax, which basically is a feed of data drawn from the advertising industry on millions, if not hundreds of millions of cell phones and these researchers partnered with Babel Street. They got some funding from the US army, and that's how they were able to pull this kind of data and do this kind of analysis. And what exactly were they setting out to prove? Well, they were trying to demonstrate to the army, the power and the usage of open source intelligence so the kind of data that you can buy on the commercial market stuff like cell phone data, but there's also all sorts of other data out there so social media data data from Web Forums photos that people upload to social media sites. All of that has real legitimate intelligence value. If you know where to look and what questions to ask, and so, this project was part of an effort to show the military just how powerful this kind of data could be. I think consumers have kind of a low level understanding that whatever they do on their phones might be you know data being collected about them, and they kind of see it as something. That's probably just annoying. It's a way for you know advertisers and marketers to target us with hyper specific advertising. How common is this other more governmental use will? We don't know the? The extent of it, but it does seem like from my reporting. The this kind of acquisition of commercial data is of increasing interest to governments around the world, not just the American government, but others and it raises real privacy considerations right because when you consent to an APP tracking you, you may have some understanding that marketers are looking at this data, but most consumers. Consumers don't understand the flow of data in this world in this ecosystem means that pretty much anyone can get it from foreign intelligence services to their domestic political opponents to you know major intelligence agencies, law, enforcement agencies, and so this date is all out there you know in some cases. It's quote unquote anonymous. It doesn't linked to any one specific name, but patterns in the. The world, tell people a lot about you. An analysts can use movement data for example to figure out where phone is at night, and that is a strong clued aware that person lives, and can be cross checked against property records, so all this raises a lot of interesting and unresolved privacy questions about just how much notice consumers have about what's happening to their data? This legal. That's a good question. courts really haven't grappled. With these questions in general, the government has taken the position they've consumers opt into tracking. By and large purchase of that kind of data is lawful, but we're really on in a new frontier, because courts really haven't had to consider exactly what it means to be carrying around a tracking device, a microphone and a camera that could be turned on by adversaries or hackers, or even foreign governments all the time, and so the privacy impacts of this are just beginning to be examined by lawyers. Courts privacy advocates in governments. What if these companies said about your reporting about these partnerships with law enforcement? Speaking most of these companies, especially the ones that are selling cell phone data are trying to operate below the radar by and large. They have refused to discuss their products with me. In fact, Babel Street has a confidentiality clause in its standard license agreement that prevents the user from even disclosing the existence of their location data product, and so a lot of this is being done secretly. Even as these companies are telling the government, don't worry. This is one hundred percent you know consumer. Data, it's one hundred percent publicly available no issues here with privacy, and so that's a really interesting paradox that I found as I've gone about reporting nece.

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Second-quarter results to reveal dire state of top US banks

Bloomberg Finance

07:15 min | Last month

Second-quarter results to reveal dire state of top US banks

"Hit US banks especially hard. We've got earnings coming up, so we'll get another snapshot of how the banks are faring firm or let's bring in military intelligence analyst Allison Williams. So Alice again seems like we just got through bank earnings. And here we are again. Upcoming banks are faring here in this new World Order were in well, I think it's going to be Tough quarter largely driven by provision. Keep in mind versus past cycles. We have a much more pro cyclical affect this time and what that means it's just more up front. No more reserves up front and then sort of releasing on the back end. But I think two key things this quarter one every quarter. We talk about the earnings and we discussed the fact that it's all about the forward. Look. The earnings is a little bit different because after the stress test and the third talking about capping dividends, based on recent income to find a sort of the average of the past 4/4 this quarter is going to be an end. But not just to this quarter. But for the next few quarters, a CZ long Restriction remains in place. So this will give us sort of. Ah look, and the one bank that we'll get the most news about That around is is Wells Fargo. They've already sort of guided the fact that they're going to have Tio most likely cut their dividend. The second thing this quarter will be No. How are things tracking as a lot of these deferrals have sort of come up to there? You know, I guess first roll forward if you will. So you know, immediately. We had all these liberals put in place the 90 day mark. We will know sort of how things shook out as that sort of 90 day. Limite came up on DH shouldn't say limit sort of. I guess it's just a marker because consumers can ask for more time. But the question is, Are they going to ask for more time? Well, they start paying what's gonna happen. That's sort of the pivot point and that will give us an eye into credit so super great points and I guess, Christian saving of CEO of Deutsche Bank said to Bloomberg this week. That he thinks that the second quarter will be the top and loan loss provision. Do you agree with that? So it could be? Of course, it's all going to depend on you know how things take shape from here, Right where Sort of. You know, if you looked at some of the different scenarios and depending on the shape that you see from here, things can just pretty dramatically. But, you know, let's say that we are looking at their most optimistic scenario and again, I would remind you about the counting right to the provisions will be the highest in the last quarter in this quarter. That doesn't mean we've even started to see the actual charge off yet, But we will see bags sort of provisioning for you know, the very negative environment that we have now it wasn't sort of factored into the reserves at The first quarter, but obviously since on the economic picture has gotten worse. So after these 2/4 you know, we should be fairly well provisioned for the best case economic scenario, and then you know, obviously it's going to depend on what happens from here. So, Allison, you know you talk about those You know the test about whether these companies can keep or have cut their dividend. Is that pride maybe some negative incentive for them to kind of goose their GPS numbers here for the next couple quarters so that they can continue to pay dividends. Or is that not a risk that investors are really worried about? From a theoretical standpoint? I think one could make that argument. But I would say that if you look at, you know, you know, First of all, I think it's the final decision on dividends aside from Wells, which had a sort of a unique case of a higher And Pierre payout for across the U. S banks and also earnings that were hit much harder than there are other bags. I think they're in a unique spot, but the other banks, you know, the dividend passed already give them a fair amount of room and so even if you sort of are very harsh In your earnings outlook. They should be fine. And I think if things did get, you know, you get dramatically worse you could be dealing with, you know, regulatory and political pressure ahead. The key thing that came out with a stress test is basically You're the Fed, making Everybody resubmit that plans and what that does mechanically is. It doesn't allow the bags to do like a big share repurchase, which I don't think anyone would anyway. But it sort of precludes bank from taking any measures, and the Fed basically left their options wide open to come in and require Into basically increased capital requirements or do other things. So I don't think that the Fed has sort of set this restriction, but it's not gonna be the be all and end all. But I wonder how that feeds into the compound sort of expense ratios because some out there like Sheila Bair used to run the FDA, C says, like and actually indenture. Alot, too, is that it shouldn't just stop At buybacks and dividends that it should also be in comp that if you know we're in a really bad time, globally and financially, then you have to have a limit on the kind of conflict in payout, which will tie also into expense ratios. What do you hear about that question? You know, the one thing that I would point out is, you know again, the big difference this cycle vs last cycle. Last cycle, the banks were over leveraged. They were sort of part of the problem, so I think there was obviously a lot of scrutiny around the compensation. This cycle, the back part of the solution. They have very healthy capital levels. The worry is just that, you know we're in this unprecedented downturn and do we need the banks to sort of keep their capital to be ableto lend to the economy, So that's a very different situation. And if you go back to Sort of as I was discussing before banks get into a situation where they have to start limiting payouts. There are some compensation element of that. Um, but I think you know to the extent that the compensation argument I understand some people maybe raising it, but I don't think that's sort of at the heart of the issue as it is sort of in the last crisis. On the overall expend standpoint, right? The banks are trying to do everything they can to help their employees on a broad base. Is there they to varying degrees that that they're not going to lay off people? You know, they tried to give incentives Tio Branch type employees at retail type employees. So that's obviously not the compensation that you're alluding to. But I'm just, you know, sort of framing the bigger picture. I think that at the end of the day, the banks are gonna be interested in doing what's right for the long term, and I think, to the extent that we sort of discussed earlier some of the really negative bearers scenarios. I think thank you know, are going to want to keep paying out. Their shareholders will fight to pay their dividends, but they're not going to be and they're going to keep track of what's happening in the environment and respond accordingly as well. Also Williams Bloomberg intelligence, senior bank's analyst, joining us Thanks so much. I'm like joined at the

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Senate committee backs intelligence agencies' findings that Russia meddled in 2016 election

All Things Considered

00:48 sec | 4 months ago

Senate committee backs intelligence agencies' findings that Russia meddled in 2016 election

"News a report by the Senate intelligence committee backs findings by the U. S. intelligence community that Russia tried to help candidate Donald Trump in the twenty sixteen election the findings undercut claims often made by the president Republicans control the Senate intelligence committee but the report reaches several broad conclusions that run counter to president trump's arguments the committee found the US intelligence community use sound analytical judgment in assessing that Russia sought to help trump win in twenty sixteen the report also found that intelligence analyst faced quote no politically motivated pressure the panel's Republican chairman senator Richard Burr said members found no reason to dispute the intelligence community's conclusions the committee unanimously endorsed the report the public version is heavily

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"intelligence analyst" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:48 min | 5 months ago

"intelligence analyst" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"The world to help blunt the economic effects of the corona viruses helping block losses on Wall Street the Dow was down two hundred seven points the nasdaq up ninety for the S. and P. down thirteen we can start making a list of things that might never again be the way they were before corona virus Credit Suisse analysts are putting grocery shopping at the top of that list they say the experience of staying home and ordering groceries online will speed up the changes we would have seen in the next few years anyway another item on that list eating out the corona viruses creating something of a crisis for the restaurant industry which was already slowing down before losing its customer base now some have over expanded there is rising pay the urgent sudden need for sick leave and benefits a Bloomberg intelligence analyst says we'll see bankruptcies and that's spells trouble for landlords who might have to cut rents or lose tenants I'm John Doniger Bloomberg radio the latest updates on the corona virus the economy and Florida news at the top and bottom of the hour on news radio WFLA one of iris what you need to know news about corona viruses everywhere and our kids are feeling the impact many parents are wondering how to bring up the topic in a way that will be calming and reassuring child psychologist Dr David Anderson of the child mind institute says talking to little ones can be tricky the hardest explanations are for young kids who don't necessarily to access to the news and really don't understand what's going on his life is defined by school with play dates and things like that so this is really what we advocate taking a simple kind of just the facts approach with those kids doctor Anderson says hearing about the coronavirus on the news may be enough to make kids seriously worry that they'll catch it he says it's helpful to reassure your child that coronavirus in kids is rare and symptoms are.

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Chelsea Manning ordered released from prison, fined $256,000

Jay Talking

00:41 sec | 5 months ago

Chelsea Manning ordered released from prison, fined $256,000

"A federal judge orders the release of former army intelligence analyst Chelsea manning intends roughly a year of incarceration for refusing to testify to a grand jury about wikileaks Chelsea manning was freed not long after prosecutors reported that the grand jury investigating wikileaks disbanded U. S. district judge Anthony trend good leaves in place more than two at fifty six thousand dollars in fines for manning's refusal to testify manning previously spent seven years in a military prison for delivering a trove of classified information to wikileaks founder Julian a signage he's under indictment and fighting extradition to the U. S. manning's thirty five year sentence was commuted by president Obama A. B. C.'s

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Chelsea Manning ordered released from prison, fined $256,000

Jay Talking

00:39 sec | 5 months ago

Chelsea Manning ordered released from prison, fined $256,000

"A federal judge orders the release of former army intelligence analyst Chelsea manning intends roughly a year of incarceration for refusing to testify to a grand jury about wikileaks Chelsea manning was freed not long after prosecutors reported that the grand jury investigating wikileaks disbanded U. S. district judge Anthony trend good leaves in place more than two hundred fifty six thousand dollars in fines for manning's refusal to testify manning previously spent seven years in a military prison for delivering a trove of classified information to wikileaks founder Julian Assange he's under indictment and fighting extradition to the U. S. manning's thirty five year sentence was commuted by president

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U.S. judge orders WikiLeaks source Chelsea Manning released from prison

KNX Evening News

00:40 sec | 5 months ago

U.S. judge orders WikiLeaks source Chelsea Manning released from prison

"Day after her lawyers said she attempted suicide in jail a federal judge has ordered the release of one time army intelligence analyst Chelsea manning a day after her lawyer said she attempted suicide in a suburban jail a federal judge has ordered the release of one time army intelligence analyst Chelsea manning she had been held in nearby Alexandria Virginia since may for refusing to testify before a grand jury investigating wikileaks in fact she was jailed even earlier for refusing to testify in a different case the civil contempt citation was designed to coerce her testimony the judge ordered her released now saying the current grand jury has been disbanded but she still has to pay more than a quarter million dollars in fines Tom forty CBS news

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Chelsea Manning hospitalized after attempted suicide

Vickie Allen and Levon Putney

00:35 sec | 5 months ago

Chelsea Manning hospitalized after attempted suicide

"Chelsea manning served seven years in a military prison for leaking documents to wikileaks before president Obama commuted the rest of her thirty five year sentence three years ago then came out as trans sexual within all this leading to more national headlines in debates yeah well after all this manning's lawyers said the former intelligence analysts tried to kill herself yesterday was now in the hospital recovering to schedule to be in court in Virginia Friday for a hearing on a motion to throw out civil contempt sanctions from manning refusing to testify before a grand jury investigating wikileaks which is why she has been in jail again since

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Chelsea Manning hospitalized after attempted suicide

KYW 24 Hour News

00:36 sec | 5 months ago

Chelsea Manning hospitalized after attempted suicide

"Former intelligence analyst Chelsea manning tried to take her own life according to her legal team a few days before she was scheduled to appear in court in Alexandria Virginia the activists and whistleblowers now in hospital care manning had been locked up since may for refusing to testify before a grand jury she came to national attention after leaking classified documents to wikileaks being court martialed manning served in a military prison from twenty ten to twenty seventeen for leaking a trove of documents before president Obama up before president Barack Obama commuted the remainder of her thirty five year

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Trump nominates Rep. John Ratcliffe as Director of National Intelligence

KRLD News, Weather and Traffic

00:38 sec | 5 months ago

Trump nominates Rep. John Ratcliffe as Director of National Intelligence

"President trump is nominating North Texas Republican congressman John Ratcliffe to be the director of national intelligence Stephen after Rudy is an intelligence analyst for the federation of American scientists he says some members of the intelligence community are worried about this nomination the concern is that congressman Ratcliffe whatever his merits might be is not an intelligence professional he is a political part of the president trump had originally nominated Radcliffe for the job last year but then withdrew his name amid growing questions about reckless

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Impressive salaries at Taco Bell

Charlie Parker

01:08 min | 7 months ago

Impressive salaries at Taco Bell

"Who knew that you could make six figures managing a fast food restaurant Bloomberg's you Mister bedie has this and focus report total bill made recent headlines and dangling one hundred thousand dollar salaries for managers to run some of its restaurants the industry overall having a lot of trouble finding good quality managers and a very high correlation between the success of a restaurant and the quality of its manager intelligence analyst Michael Halen says the six figure salaries are aimed at certain stores in the northeast and Midwest Taco Bell now pays its store bosses between fifty and eighty thousand dollars a year they're talking about roughly four hundred sixty U. S. company owned stores and no stores do significantly more in sales on an annual basis than the rest of the system taco bell's eye catching celery offer comes amid an overall staffing crisis for all kinds of restaurants with unemployment at a fifty year low workers have plenty of choices but hailing does not see taco bell's manager move setting a trend some of the McDonald's big ones you know sure there she Ms making six figures but we don't expect this to be widespread anytime soon I'm Jeanne Meserve Eddie Bloomberg business for news radio twelve hundred W. O. A. I.

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The Latest: Iran says it doesn't want war, but will respond

AP News Radio

00:55 sec | 7 months ago

The Latest: Iran says it doesn't want war, but will respond

"America's top military officer says in his opinion a Ron was intending to kill U. S. personnel with the missiles fired at military bases in Iraq early Wednesday the Pentagon says sixteen Iranian missiles were fired across the border one struck inner Beale eleven missiles landed at the Alassane air base in western Iraq there were no casualties prompting some to wonder if a run it gone easy with its retaliation over the killing of a top general but joint chiefs chairman mark Millie says he believes the missiles were aimed to kill a structural damage destroyed vehicles and aircraft and to feel personally he says intelligence analysts are still investigating defense secretary mark S. purses lives were spared because our warning systems and all those things were activated and watching he says there are ongoing discussions with the White House on what happens next Jackie Quinn Washington

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The future of autonomous delivery may be unfolding

KNX Midday News with Brian Ping

00:56 sec | 9 months ago

The future of autonomous delivery may be unfolding

"The race to develop delivery robot is moving full speed ahead and you may just be able to have pizza dropped off at your doorstep in a blizzard because of it Russia's largest internet company Yandex is testing a suitcase sized robot rover to deliver take out in Moscow snowstorms fed ex's collaborating with Pizza Hut testing robots in U. S. cities including Memphis and starship technologies robots deliver pizza and doughnuts on university campuses Bloomberg intelligence analyst Lee class cal says it's all about offering convenience to customers ordering food you want it within an hour to they're just trying to leverage these technology robots might help restaurants cut costs to the cost of delivering food through like uber eats store GrubHub those are expensive class cal says well companies are trying to use new technologies for food delivery regulatory hurdles may slow some of their time lines down

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Walgreens heading for biggest private equity buyout ever, says report

Bloomberg Best

00:36 sec | 9 months ago

Walgreens heading for biggest private equity buyout ever, says report

"Shares in Walgreens boots alliance rally to five percent the drug store chain has been approached by the private equity firm KKR about a deal to take Walgreens private even so Bloomberg intelligence analyst Jonathan Palmer says the problem for Walgreens won't go away now that a K. E. R. is involved at the end of the day the structural had wings that are Walgreens is facing just don't go away overnight just because they take themselves private so reimbursement in the pharmacy industry is under pressure both here and abroad because you know Walgreens also has their boots assets

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This Next-Generation Starbucks Store Is the First of Its Kind

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:55 sec | 9 months ago

This Next-Generation Starbucks Store Is the First of Its Kind

"Starbucks store is so small there's barely space for its customers and that's by design it's a new concept that opened in New York City this month the store is only three hundred square feet about the size of a generous living room it was built to primarily handle mobile orders from on the go customers the micro cafe doesn't have menu boards or pastry cases and involves paying less in rent and possibly wages to it's backed by the coffee chain's growth in digital ordering Bloomberg intelligence analyst Michael Hey Lynn says the concept works in metropolitan markets where the rents are very high and visual waters tend to be a higher percentage of the mix other chains may look to replicate the model logical and turn would be Dunkin donuts but that being said Starbucks is way ahead of all other competitors in terms of visual

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IS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi is dead

Intelligence Matters

05:26 min | 10 months ago

IS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi is dead

"The place to start I think is the implication for Isis of al-Baghdadi demise I've read a number of commentaries over the past several days that argue that Al Baghdadi death is largely symbolic that it will have little effect on future vices because the group is prepared for this moment by diversifying itself by preparing other leaders to step up it's almost as if some people are saying and it really did not matter that we removed al-Baghdadi from the fight I could not disagree more Baghdadi and the thugs who follow him more responsible for some of the most brutal atrocities of our time his death marks a devastating blow for the remnants of Isis who are now deprived other inspiration leader following the destruction of physical caliphate earlier this year let's start with some context which is the bread and butter by the way of an intelligence analyst so as everyone knows isis lost the last piece of its Caliphate earlier this year that moment in March I think it was was culmination of a fight against Isis the gun by the Obama Administration and accelerated by the trump administration the caliphate the land hand held by Isis in Iraq and Syria had slowly shrunk in size over time until the point earlier this year when it was completely eliminated but the elimination one of the Caliphate did not mean the elimination of Isis in Iraq and Syria Isis fighters went underground and isis affiliates around the world of which there are are dozens and dozens of countries were little affected by the collapse of the caliphate and importantly despite the loss of its caliphate only ten months ago isis was already on the rebound in Iraq and Syria fighters were beginning as early as this bummer to coalesce to come together largely in the border area of northeastern Syria and northwestern Iraq the estimates on the number of those fires here's vary they range from anywhere from a low of ten thousand to as high as thirty thousand now bring al-Baghdadi back into this Asian into this discussion he was a leader on two different levels one he was the operational leader of Isis in Iraq and Syria where he was guiding the resurgence of the group and to he was the global movements inspirational an ideological leader show let's think about his death in the context of those two roles his death I think was a setback for the first role he of course is going to be placed in that role and it will perhaps I think be the death blow to the second role because it's going to be really hard to find a leader for the global movement who has his charisma who has his Gravitas who has his authority president trump said yesterday that Baghdad's Caliphate has been obliterated and true that Isis lost control of its loss remaining patch of territory in Syria in March but the Pentagon's watchdog says that Isis still has up to eighteen thousand members in Korea and Iraq what does our history with other terrorist groups tell us will happen in this case a couple of things I think one it will take time for any successor to learn the job to deal with any divisiveness any debates group to fully grab the means of power and to fully feel comfortable exercising authority the time it takes for that to happen the more time the better is a win for Ross secondly I think al-Baghdadi removal will create fear among the remaining leadership that maybe they are next to be targeted this gets them focused on their own security and it gets them to change how they do things perhaps leading to less effective operations it reduces their Chris on running the organization and planning this dynamic I think maybe the most important at the end of the day and we saw this dynamic play out with al Qaeda over a number of years after the US removed from the battlefield senior leader after senior leader in fact in the intelligence take from the bin Laden compound we aw an obsession on the part of Al Qaeda trying to figure out how the United States was targeting them with drones along the border it really consumed time and effort and focus and I think that's going to happen here too as people start worrying about their own security I think I should add here that in terms of these the two effects they can be significantly magnified by the removal of more Isis leaders the group has absolutely been damaged by the loss of Al Baghdadi and it can be damaged even more if we're able to follow up his death with either capturing or killing a number of other senior leaders that should be a huge focus for us right now and then finally on the implications front what does our history with terrorist groups say about the inspirational leadership role that Al Baghdadi played and and what will happen to it here I think we really only have one data point and that's Sama Bin Laden and in

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WikiLeaks founder Assange in court to fight extradition

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:20 sec | 10 months ago

WikiLeaks founder Assange in court to fight extradition

"Wikileaks founder Julian Assange appeared in court in London today for a hearing on his extradition case he's wanted in the U. S. on espionage charges for allegedly scheming with former army intelligence analyst Chelsea manning to break a password for classified US government computer today was just a case management hearing the full extradition case won't be heard until

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WikiLeaks founder Assange due in court to face extradition

Morning Edition

00:13 sec | 10 months ago

WikiLeaks founder Assange due in court to face extradition

"Wikileaks founder Julian the son she is due in court today in London where he's fighting extradition to the U. S. he's accused of conspiring with former US army intelligence analyst Chelsea manning to break into a Pentagon

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Intel analyst speaks out about blocked climate report

KYW 24 Hour News

00:58 sec | 11 months ago

Intel analyst speaks out about blocked climate report

"House a scientist and former U. S. intelligence analyst who resigned in protest this summer tell CBS news in an exclusive interview that climate science is being silenced by white house politics the best news correspondent Margaret Brennan has more from her interview with rob Schoonover he was specifically told to delete warnings about climate link stress to humans including drought flooding disease food shortages mass displacement and migration a trump administration official called the analysis junk science after his written testimony was blocked Schoonover quit his job in government in recent months several federal government scientists have gone public about similar experiences is often times the job of the intelligence community to tell senior policy makers things that they don't want to hear and that's what happened here that's what happened here. good over says the White House said his research wasn't in line with the position of the trump

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"intelligence analyst" Discussed on WRVA

WRVA

01:30 min | 1 year ago

"intelligence analyst" Discussed on WRVA

"Former intelligence analyst is facing charges of leaking classified documents to a report of you'll hail of Nashville has been charged by federal prosecutors in Virginia with disclosing classified information and theft of government property court records said the ex air force intelligence analyst leak nearly a dozen top secret documents about military campaigns against Qaeda the indictment does not name the reporter. But the information matches. What's in twenty fifteen story for the intercept by Jeremy scale about the use of drones to target terrorists? ABC's Aaron Katersky. Pope Francis has imposed tighter rules on clergy to fight child-sex-abuse. Sane men and women of all ranks will be obliged to report sex abuse or cover up of any type to both Catholic and local authorities. The sweeping new rules are intended to make good on Francis promise to take decisive action against child sex abuse by Catholic priests. The announcement comes after months of growing frustration from sexual abuse survivors at the pope's inaction on the issue. Reactions to the new law have been mostly positive but critics note. That the papal document does not change or impose any new penalties for sex crimes by priests Meghan Williams. ABC news Venice fire at a storage facility in western Pennsylvania, destroyed at least seventy five antique and classic cars. And motorcycles the Aetna. Fire department says it looks like someone was working on a motorcycle when it caught fire. Investigators are now looking into whether the sprinklers may have malfunctioned they ABC news. There's nothing like meeting face to face. And there's nothing like zoom to make that happen.

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"intelligence analyst" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

03:32 min | 1 year ago

"intelligence analyst" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

"Fired by the department, then reinstated by an arbitrator is suing the city of Pittsburgh federal court, Katie k radio. Joe steel has the story. Thirty year old Robert Kramer, was acquitted by a jury for an off duty road rage in two thousand seventeen at a news conference with his attorney Jolson sewn Kramer, says his career was taken from him by a wrongful investigation and slanderous comments by the mayor might the Portman all the officers involved in my prosecution apology. The mayor Bill Peduto holiday. Police spokesman said Kramer was fired for violations of policies. Not the criminal prosecution downtown show NewsRadio ten twenty. K man was killed in a motorcycle accident on the Parkway north overnight. Stay police say twenty eight year old Douglas regret of Wexford lost control of his cycle near the I seventy nine to seventy nine split around. One AM rep was thrown from the bike and win over the guardrail to men in critical condition after an accident route fifty one car left the road and hit the side of a building on fifty one near Woodruff street around three thirty AM, the driver and a passenger were rescued from the wreckage report says third person was also taken to a hospital from that scene. Heavy smoke from a burning warehouse and Aetna was a hard to miss seen for miles on Wednesday seven alarm fire at store express on half your avenue that knocked out power to the neighborhood forcing people to evacuate their homes for a time. This couple talked with Katie K ATV firemen or disappeared in front of disappearing into the smoke is scary crew several hours to contain the flames three firefighters were taken to a hospital with minor injuries. Pope Francis has enacted a new church law that requires all Catholic priests and nuns around the world to report any clergy sexual abuse thing, though of and any cover-ups by church officials here CBS stone, notably. It does not mandate lay involvement that his involvement of Catholics outside of the church hierarchy. But it does lead up to each individual diocese. The ability to involve people if they are so interested in the new law includes whistle blower protections as well. A former intelligence analyst has been arrested for stealing classified information and leaking it to a reporter more from CBS's Peter King. The Justice department says Daniel HALE of Nashville was an air force intelligence analyst aside, the national security agency and deployed to Afghanistan. The Dighton says he met or communicated regular. Early with a reporter and later while working for a defense contractor allegedly gave that journalist about two dozen documents eleven of them secret or top secret, all wound up being published. Neither the reporter nor the news outlet or named in the indictment. Hail faces five charges and could spend fifty years in prison. If convicted on all of them, Peter King, CBS news. The Senate intelligence committee wants to talk to Donald Trump junior again, issuing a subpoena to the president's oldest son. The lawmakers reportedly want to ask the younger Trump about twenty seventeen testimony about the probe of Russian election interference. Whether Trump junior will comply is in clear on Wall Street Hefferin, Tillerson, says the Dow's losses are increasing. It's now down four hundred thirty six points at twenty five thousand five thirty two. The NASDAQ is off by one hundred twenty four points at seventy eight eighteen in sports the pirates cardinal starter four-game series tonight in Saint Louis. It's eleven thirty three tied to get the bathroom. You've always wanted. With rebirth. Visit rebirth dot com. Aaa traffic AccuWeather coming up.

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"intelligence analyst" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

06:35 min | 1 year ago

"intelligence analyst" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"With Chelsea Manning. A former intelligence analyst in the US army to assist manning in cracking a password on classified DOD, computer systems. Outside the courthouse in London. An attorney for the WikiLeaks founder said Assange was thankful to his supporters and will fight extradition to the US is set to dangerous precedent for old media organizations and journalists in Europe and elsewhere around the world. His president means any journalist can be extradited for prosecution in the United States for having published. Truthful information about the United States. The diving was signed last March the charge related to hacking rather than publishing more US charges are expected in recent weeks. Prosecutors subpoenaed to testify before grand jury in Alexandria Virginia about what she shared with WikiLeaks. She was jailed after refusing to testify. Assange has been in Ecuador's embassy since two thousand twelve when the granted him asylum as he faced sexual assault allegations in Sweden, Sweden has since dropped that case, but could reopen it in Washington, I'm Karen Keva Twenty-one till Mike Alava Nadi facing charges for alleged financial crimes. Prosecutors in California say the attorney defrauded several of his clients, including a paraplegic out of their settlement money using some of it to fund personal endeavors like purchasing a private plane. Meredith would takes a closer look a federal grand jury in Santa Ana California has returned a thirty-six count indictment against attorney Michael Abernathy charges of embezzlement wire fraud tax evasion. Bankruptcy fraud and Bank fraud, Los Angeles, prosecutors laying out their case against celebrity attorney, Michael generated from one set of crimes was used to further other crimes sixty one page indictment outlined a scheme involving five clients. That began in two thousand fifteen Mr. naughty received money on behalf of clients it declined trust accounts. Misappropriated the money and lied to the clients about receiving the money or in one case claim that the money had already been sent to the client. Prosecutors also accuse avenue of not submitting tax returns falsifying financial information and lying to investigators. This indictment by California grand jury comes two weeks after he was charged by federal prosecutors and York they accuse him of trying to extort more than twenty million dollars from the sportswear company Nike ebanon tweeted Thursday that he plans to quote fight all charges and plead not guilty. I'm Meredith would reporting twenty two jimbohannon has more on an issue. Many folks have been discussing around the water cooler as we look at the college admissions bribery scandal, it would appear that the government is really serious about making an example in this particular case of a few people who would be I think defined by many of us as a bit too rich to wealth. And above all to arrogant. We're talking with David Dillard, he is the president of K D college prep online at their name, the initials, K D, college prep dot com. At least what we've seen so far. Does it look as though fame and fortune will not be enough to get some people a relatively free ride. I think so in this case, I think the Justice department is looking for examples, and I think they've got some examples here some bid are going to cooperate in and try to get leniency and others that are going to challenge the system, but it's not going to be pretty in the end, you are certainly in the area of education that you've worked with the people going to college. You have some field for the system when you first heard about this where you shocked surprised or or did you just shrug resignedly and wonder why it took so long? I was surprised with the degree. Of sophistication of this particular scandal. It was somebody that obviously knew the system new it's weak points. And and had the resources to take advantage of it in terms of the preparation that has made for college. This was advanced to me not too many days ago from someone who said, yeah, they they they definitely broke the law and what they did was wrong. But look at all the rich people do getting their kids into the right pre preschool. So they can get into the right pre preschool. So they can get into the right preschool. So they can wind up in the Harvard Business School, and they spend all this money on preparation services in the like, yeah, it's legal. But the fact is that all the we all mouth feelings about any Gallup -tarian, equal start out of the starting blocks. We only think that should apply to other people's kids. I will. And that's that's really what this is. It's not a it's not a college admission scandal, it's not a a testing scandal. It's a it is a a scandal of ethics in in. Morals, and it is a reflection of what is going on in society at all levels. I'm glad that they've been discovered. I'm glad they're cracking down on it because this is not indicative of the system as a whole it's an indication of some bad actors that are being caught and we need to discourage it and look for ways to shore up the system. So that so that this is not happen again that my wife used to be director of admissions at a couple of smaller women's colleges the thing that surprised me the most about this was that from her experience. There are an awful lot of people involved in the admissions process, and you would have to be handing out an awful lot of bribes. It will let that's true they happen to find one of the areas that gets the least amount of scrutiny. Programs in general that they happen to to pick some very obscure athletic areas. They have discovered that there's not enough checks and balances in one of the things that I knew was happening as soon as the scandal broke is there were being meetings at high levels at every university to scrutinize what needed to be short of what potentially could be soft spots at at their institutions across the board. And and we're already seeing ripple effects of things happening to avoid this type of thing reoccurring against it's David Dillard, he is the president at Katie college prep. Their website is the initials K D, college prep dot com. Sixteen.

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"intelligence analyst" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:23 min | 1 year ago

"intelligence analyst" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Army intelligence analyst Chelsea Manning. Assange is attorney Jennifer Robinson says the charges should serve as a red flag. This president means that any journalist can be extradited for prosecution in the United States. Having public truthful information about the United States is on his supporters argue that WikiLeaks is a news organization protected by freedom of the press. His critics say his tactics jeopardize national security. British judge says the US must produce its case for Assange extradition by June twelfth Windsor Johnston. NPR news Washington in Louisiana. A suspect is in custody in connection. With a string of arsons at three historic African American churches. Eileen Fleming of member station. WW NO reports the suspect has ties to the local law enforcement community, the three century old churches were burned to the ground over a ten days span and Saint Landry parish more than one hundred miles north west of New Orleans. The suspect has been identified as twenty one year old Holden Matthews the son of a sheriff's department employees at Saint Landry. Parish officials have so far not branded it a hate crime. Governor John Bel Edwards said the case remains under investigation. What was young man's motive wolves? I don't know what was in his heart. But I can't say it cannot be justified or rationalized these were evil the churches were empty and no one was injured for NPR news. A my lean Fleming in New Orleans US stocks are lower this hour. The Dow's down fifty eight points at twenty six thousand ninety eight. This is NPR from K Q E D news. I'm Brian watt. Froze right now are working to make repairs to the most heavily traveled section of San Francisco. Airport's runway network an airport spokesman says an inspection at dawn found a twelve inch hold on runway twenty eight L the airport has closed the runway to patch the area. Twenty eight L is expected to be closed until three this afternoon. That work is expected to cause delays for several hours SFO says over two thirds of all flights at the airport travel in that area where the whole was discussed. Covered. PG customers would see their rates double if utility caused wildfires continue to sweep through California as they have the past two years. A UC Berkeley expert warns of this in a new memo K, Q E politics. Correspondent Maria logos reports the two page memo prepared at the request of governor Gavin Newsom office says it's not just PG any customers who would see skyrocketing. Rates U C Berkeley. Lecturer Steven Weissman says if the state continues to experience devastating utility caused fires most electric city customers in California would see a fifty percent increase in the first year alone. And to me the answer really lies in more aggressively and comprehensively working to reduce the intensity of the wildfires. That are inevitable. Wiseman says ideas floated in years past like letting utilities borrow money to pay for wildfire. Costs are only sustainable if the states stops experiencing. These types of blazes. I'm Marie Salah goes K Q, eighty news her story and more. Is it news dot org? Thanks for listening. I'm Brian watt. Support comes from breach Bank,.

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"intelligence analyst" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

10 10 WINS

01:56 min | 1 year ago

"intelligence analyst" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

"Douglas, high school has taken her own life. She's one of two students from the school to kill themselves in a week. Correspondent Pete combs reports the community's still in shock but opening to prevent more suicides. Brian Petty's daughter Elena was one of seventeen people gunned down at stolman Douglas high school last year, he hoped the death toll wouldn't go higher survivor's. Guilt was at play here. He's talking about the suicide last week of nineteen year old stolen Douglas graduates. Sydney. I yellow is a contagion effect after mass shooting of that like this. But petty says it's preventable using what's called the Columbia suicide prevention protocol a series of questions that can help anyone assess whether a friend or loved one is suicidal. Survivor suicides, also followed in the aftermath of the Columbine school shooting wins news time to thirty five. Supporters of Chelsea Manning of called for her release from prolonged solitary confinement, Atta Jalen Virginia. But unofficial disputes that she's being held in those conditions. Former army intelligence analyst was sent to jail March eighth refusing to testify before a grand jury investigating WikiLeaks. You served years in prison for leaking troves of classified documents Chelsea resist group says manning has been kept herself for twenty two hours a day that this treatment qualifies as solitary confinement. Alexandria sheriff says the accusations are not accurate or fair ending the facility does not have solitary confinement per se, but instead uses administrative segregation. Have you seen the crazy video the mayhem on board of Viking cruise ship? Norway more than thirteen hundred passengers on board returned to port after troubles and rescues off the western coast the Vikings sky cruise ship limped into a Norwegian poured escorted by a tugboat a day after the vessel issued a mayday call during a heavy storm that lead to engine trouble rescue crews airlifted four hundred seventy five passengers before the ship regained power and was able to go back to port. Danny Bates was one of the passengers, very frightening..

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"intelligence analyst" Discussed on All In with Chris Hayes

All In with Chris Hayes

04:19 min | 1 year ago

"intelligence analyst" Discussed on All In with Chris Hayes

"The mill area Romy Roque on Harry Levin. Thank you both. Joining me now for more on today's Flynn hearing his John Brennan, former I directories known NBC, news senior national security and intelligence analyst. What did you what do you think about the idea that has been put forward by Flynn's lawyers? And then kind of recanted today that Mr Flynn was tricked duped by the FBI agents that came to the White House. Well, I don't believe that. That's the case. I think there's something knowledge -ment that the White House counsel was not informed in advance. But Mike Flynn, given his extensive military career as well as being security advisor knows that when you talk to the FBI you're talking to governments law enforcement officials, and you must tell the truth. And so under whatever circumstances, you're going to meet with somebody particularly in the White House. If the FBI comes over and pays you visit you should just normal course of your day. Tell the truth. But especially to FBI officers agents, particularly I wonder what you think about the fact that he is he is telling untruths he's lying about conversations Kislyak as an intelligence professional. He has to know that the US government is surveillance. Well, you would think that he would know the facts that he is being asked about and therefore under for what reason would he not tell the truth. It's still quite confounding. I know there's a lot that goes on in the first few weeks of administration, but for something like this. I think Mike just made a very very serious mistake. He realizes it. He's paying for it dearly. But there should have been no excuse, and there is no excuse for NASCAR advisor to lie to FBI agents who pay him visit at the White House. There's also the question of the kind of concern that was sort of going up through the chain. I think there were some in the transition while while you are still in office administration was there, and then through Sally Yates, who is a holdover. I mean, how how accuser how strange is this since scenario in which to agents going over the White House to ask these questions about publicly false statements the national security. Ters made. Well, at the time there are a lot of questions about who might have been aware of any type of inappropriate behavior or engagements whether it be with the Russians or others. And so when the F B I conducts these types investigations, they do it very very carefully and thoughtfully. So that's they're not going to compromise. The investigation by discussing the matter with individuals who may in fact, be involved. So it has to be very very carefully done process in terms of interviewing people you want to do it in the right sequence. And I know that in those days of the the administration nearly as the administration there was tremendous interest in trying to understand better what was going on and who was involved in any type of inappropriate or even illegal activity. There were two messages that President Obama conveyed Donald Trump when he came to the White House several days after winning that surprise election. One was about North Korea and the difficulty of of diplomacy and disarmament with North Korea. The other don't hire Michael Flynn. Why did he give him that advice? Well, I think the feeling was that Michael though, he had a very very laudable military career intelligence, his tenure at DIA was not his most accomplished time and his engagements and activities after he retired from the military where of concert they were public. And there were things that he had been doing. But I think it number people had worked with Mike over the years and President Obama sought the counsel of individuals who knew Mike and prisoner. Bama did numerous well knew of his reputation and just said that he was not the right person to be the next cute adviser for the Trump administration. That was that council t seek your counsel not directly. No, do you know, Mike Lynn, I do..

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"intelligence analyst" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

02:43 min | 2 years ago

"intelligence analyst" Discussed on KTRH

"Foreign media uh they meddle in a lot of things that's their job they do that all the time to do it on a regular basis cia publicists and journalists alike will assert that they have few if any relationships uh yet seldomn acknowledged in history into a collaboration with anything here in the united states they will say well uh you know there have been at times neto reveals that yes the cia has been covertly operating within the news media that was exist that was that was raised through taken out or it oh historians who are reluctant to say well yeah we had some people in the cia so yeah the cia and similar intelligence agencies that have continued involvement in the news media the mold thought in opinion in waste scarcely imagined by the lay public now the media does not seem to want to hide the fact they have now brought on intelligence consultants and distributors that have a major conflict of interest and that's why you know going back to what i was reading today it was a yesterday that the sea a they reported that cia director john brennan became the latest member of the nbc news and msnbc family they say it was a memo that was sent out said that he was now part of the nbc msnbc family he signed with nbc msnbc as a consultant or actually a contributor and basically what his official title is a senior national security intelligence analyst and i think it's weird that the media's thou pretending as if this is this is something that we should all want or like or accept mrs orwellian nightmare this is this is intelligence ops being put in uh you know media positions in order to push disinformation or information the american people as we all know the john brennan was probably one of the key architects of the whole russian narrative that we're hearing about the enemy being russia and they along with the military industrial complex in trying to ratchet up or manufacture public consent for newly created cold war escalations that may lead to full on nuclear war and the these weapons that we talked about where they wanna you know use them often and use them all.

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"intelligence analyst" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

02:43 min | 2 years ago

"intelligence analyst" Discussed on KTRH

"Foreign media uh they meddle in a lot of things that's their job they do that all the time to do it on a regular basis cia publicists and journalists alike will assert that they have few if any relationships uh yet seldomn acknowledged in history into a collaboration with anything here in the united states they will say well uh you know there have been at times neto reveals that yes the cia has been covertly operating within the news media that was exist that was that was raised through taken out or it oh historians who are reluctant to say well yeah we had some people in the cia so yeah the cia and similar intelligence agencies that have continued involvement in the news media the mold thought in opinion in waste scarcely imagined by the lay public now the media does not seem to want to hide the fact they have now brought on intelligence consultants and distributors that have a major conflict of interest and that's why you know going back to what i was reading today it was a yesterday that the sea a they reported that cia director john brennan became the latest member of the nbc news and msnbc family they say it was a memo that was sent out said that he was now part of the nbc msnbc family he signed with nbc msnbc as a consultant or actually a contributor and basically what his official title is a senior national security intelligence analyst and i think it's weird that the media's thou pretending as if this is this is something that we should all want or like or accept mrs orwellian nightmare this is this is intelligence ops being put in uh you know media positions in order to push disinformation or information the american people as we all know the john brennan was probably one of the key architects of the whole russian narrative that we're hearing about the enemy being russia and they along with the military industrial complex in trying to ratchet up or manufacture public consent for newly created cold war escalations that may lead to full on nuclear war and the these weapons that we talked about where they wanna you know use them often and use them all.

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"intelligence analyst" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

02:43 min | 2 years ago

"intelligence analyst" Discussed on KTRH

"Foreign media uh they meddle in a lot of things that's their job they do that all the time to do it on a regular basis cia publicists and journalists alike will assert that they have few if any relationships uh yet seldomn acknowledged in history into a collaboration with anything here in the united states they will say well uh you know there have been at times neto reveals that yes the cia has been covertly operating within the news media that was exist that was that was raised through taken out or it oh historians who are reluctant to say well yeah we had some people in the cia so yeah the cia and similar intelligence agencies that have continued involvement in the news media the mold thought in opinion in waste scarcely imagined by the lay public now the media does not seem to want to hide the fact they have now brought on intelligence consultants and distributors that have a major conflict of interest and that's why you know going back to what i was reading today it was a yesterday that the sea a they reported that cia director john brennan became the latest member of the nbc news and msnbc family they say it was a memo that was sent out said that he was now part of the nbc msnbc family he signed with nbc msnbc as a consultant or actually a contributor and basically what his official title is a senior national security intelligence analyst and i think it's weird that the media's thou pretending as if this is this is something that we should all want or like or accept mrs orwellian nightmare this is this is intelligence ops being put in uh you know media positions in order to push disinformation or information the american people as we all know the john brennan was probably one of the key architects of the whole russian narrative that we're hearing about the enemy being russia and they along with the military industrial complex in trying to ratchet up or manufacture public consent for newly created cold war escalations that may lead to full on nuclear war and the these weapons that we talked about where they wanna you know use them often and use them all.

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"intelligence analyst" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

02:43 min | 2 years ago

"intelligence analyst" Discussed on KTRH

"Foreign media uh they meddle in a lot of things that's their job they do that all the time to do it on a regular basis cia publicists and journalists alike will assert that they have few if any relationships uh yet seldomn acknowledged in history into a collaboration with anything here in the united states they will say well uh you know there have been at times neto reveals that yes the cia has been covertly operating within the news media that was exist that was that was raised through taken out or it oh historians who are reluctant to say well yeah we had some people in the cia so yeah the cia and similar intelligence agencies that have continued involvement in the news media the mold thought in opinion in waste scarcely imagined by the lay public now the media does not seem to want to hide the fact they have now brought on intelligence consultants and distributors that have a major conflict of interest and that's why you know going back to what i was reading today it was a yesterday that the sea a they reported that cia director john brennan became the latest member of the nbc news and msnbc family they say it was a memo that was sent out said that he was now part of the nbc msnbc family he signed with nbc msnbc as a consultant or actually a contributor and basically what his official title is a senior national security intelligence analyst and i think it's weird that the media's thou pretending as if this is this is something that we should all want or like or accept mrs orwellian nightmare this is this is intelligence ops being put in uh you know media positions in order to push disinformation or information the american people as we all know the john brennan was probably one of the key architects of the whole russian narrative that we're hearing about the enemy being russia and they along with the military industrial complex in trying to ratchet up or manufacture public consent for newly created cold war escalations that may lead to full on nuclear war and the these weapons that we talked about where they wanna you know use them often and use them all.

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"intelligence analyst" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:18 min | 2 years ago

"intelligence analyst" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Of top locations to build its second headquarters with thousands of jobs in billions of dollars at stake and the fall of overs travis kalanick was darker than you thought the details of this week's bloomberg business week but first two hour leader ibm releases fourth quarter earnings showing revenue growth for the first time since 2011 but shares of the big blue or dropping in afterhours trading despite the fact that ibm's new mainframe servers are playing a major role in boosting sales investors are anxious as a company faces fierce competition from the likes of amazon google and microsoft joining us from new york are rana bloomberg intelligence analyst thanks so much for joining us so we're seeing revenue finally spike after many years of declines but shares are trading down so what's going on here i think it has to do with the margins the are declined needed i think investors might be looking at some crew window were there as far as that revenue increases concerned this was pretty much big thing we knew that the fourth quarter numbers are going to be strong because of the mainstream vi cycle the question is whether they can sustain this momentum throughout next year and i think we learned about that on the conference called which is starting soon ibm has a really quite fits backs into these new lines of business there's like cloud computing artificial intelligence have that they proved that this has hang off yet to columbus who had better and so what the strategic imperatives both of those showed an upward trajectory and that is i mean that's a very good sign but as i've said it in the past that the legacy businesses to a large portion of ibm's business and his dragged down overall growth rate they really have to perhaps do acquisition or to to act to read that will wind up even more what we're also seeing is improved take spending from global enterprises and that should help that emerging technology portfolio also in 2018 what does this mean for ibm's longterm trajectory does one bright quarter mean anything in this greater turnaround they need to have a lot of these quarters with positive growth rates and in almost every quarter i would want them to have is a slight improvement in the.

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"intelligence analyst" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

KVNT Valley News Talk

02:05 min | 2 years ago

"intelligence analyst" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

"Contributor end your face in your wonderful views are out there quite a bit uh these days i think that most people might know you uh that way i did say that you were a special assistant to steve bannon in the white house but but before that i what were gave you the ability um to to work in the white house and so on and so forth your credentials are that you are a military and intelligence analyst as such so tell us just a tiny bit about your background there because it's so fascinating to me run through our marker bucher combed of hungary in the revolution with my through cryptic i were wanted razor the uk a rim accomplish given the militry in federal reserve group british army i'm ben uh i got of interest in the issues to do with terrorism counterterrorism off the mine eleven i toilets for the us defense department and they program a canisters program out of germany out of the george c marshall center uh then uh my back and wife's decided it plans to move a back home so he blueprints who thousand the date i spent six is defense department as a professor of the regular here for an cata terrorism at national defense university and that another two years at the rim cool use a stick quantico okay uh at that time i met a guy called steve bannon you will also be to assist in uh in uh creating a quality control system for all the national security call rich coming out of breitbart dot com and then uh i was austin the summer 2015 to me a certain real estate mogul in you donald trump uh and how prep him for a republican debate that cycle ended up eventually as a deputy assistant with house this is a very impressive resume just one final question how many words minute are you able to type but i write about a thousand whereas in about an hour lang lang you know what then you're you're hired or you're one of our top two candidates leftist an excellent resume and i wanted to get that out there no really it is it's wonderful to hear your background because people wonder who you are a lot of times of these talking heads on tv or on the radio you.

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"intelligence analyst" Discussed on WINS 1010

WINS 1010

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"intelligence analyst" Discussed on WINS 1010

"Abc mother and her father who was an intelligence analyst oregon is at least the fifth woman to claim mr bush her wins news time four fifty one from the dodge traffic center here he is russ meyer here's where you need to know about the bridges and tunnels if you're getting an early start into the city from new jersey gwb doing okay lincoln is quiet over at the holland tunnel they should be reopening the inbound side sunali one lane has been open they should go back to and just a few also on the outbound scientists to singlea open for longer brooklyn battering queens midtown tunnels again just one line open into and out of manhattan we do have altered its out of the street parking roles in effect for today got road workout in nassau county the northbound settlement on parkway all blocked off between the southern state and the northern state traffic spring detour go with the a metaphor for the super doors debate expressway instead so that work on the southbound side into lanes extending from the southern state to sunrise highway and there's construction in westchester on the sawmill both directions all lanes are closed between next twentyseven mount pleasant and exit thirty three and newcastle runs till six you could follow detour to get around it in a jam called me now that ended wednesday traffic tip line four four jim tend to any four four five to six ten tan operas mara next deport 501 with gregg rice on ten ten wins news time four fifty two now the official to into in wins accuweather 4day forecast meteorologist dean divorce with this live report all right so we have clear skies over this city and most of the inland suburbs are clear overhead there may be some patches of fog and some of the jersey hills in those little nooks and crannies there in up into.

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"intelligence analyst" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:22 min | 3 years ago

"intelligence analyst" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Military and intelligence analyst paul core over that data is it comes in the satellite imagery they're plotting the trajectory they're trying to figure out exactly what kind of capability north korea is building now there are questions many questions remaining about the accuracy of those missiles questions about whether a missile that if north korea manner just to get a nuclear weapon that can sit on top of one hour which which it looks like they've made rapid strides in that direction to if such a weapon could survive reentry into the us atmosphere so a lot of questions there and questions about the size of the nuclear stockpile which has meant her separate issue emmer louise the people you're speaking to are they seeing what's going on now as more of a march toward some kind of military action or toward talks with north korea well military intervention is on the table as it has been for for the obama administration the george w bush administration before the clinton administration before that but it is a last resort because we know that this risks retaliation risks escalation i mean the problem with a military intervention is that if the us strikes first of the name of avoiding nuclear confrontation you risk sparking the very confrontation the us seeking to avoid on the other hand diplomacy has a hard track forward you don't even have agreement between pyongyang and washington over what would be required to come to the table at the prerequisites for that would have to be that's npr national security correspondent mary louise kelly marylouise thanks so much my pleasure well president trump's fire in fury threat eerily echoed august six 1945 when president truman announced that the us had dropped an atomic bomb on hiroshima japan if they do not know accept our occur they may expect a rain of ruin from the air the like of which has never been seen on this earth but what i am this era will follow c forces in such numbers and power as they have love yet seen three days after hiroshima 72 years ago today american forces dropped a second bomb on the port city of nagasaki a total of two hundred thousand were killed in both strikes and now this an effort to more fully account for what happened to those people after the threatening language after the bombs dropped reporter how burton of the seattle times choices from portland oregon.

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"intelligence analyst" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"intelligence analyst" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"A technical point of view that means a lot more uk opportunity for active managers is lockward who they can go to part of up to that good but you know we get down the technical you talk about like biotech biotech of lag now it's gonna look a lot better technically at one of those more ripcord area not obviously a big part of healthcare beckoned to do well that thumb that definitely make all the opportunities for blow with stronger market but also again to be done areas finally put on leave for shipping that's a real positive opinion argue your we had a guest on earlier who was suggesting is a bloomberg intelligence analyst isn't a lot of work in the auto lending sector and suggests that auto debt subprime oughta debt has so swelled a inventories as as as over the lack of the subprime that was a a tool used in recent years that the ruinously of whole back in the automakers the pullback and the automakers could lead to an economic slowdown is that the kind of thing you need to see this kind of domino's after set up for this of markets are a retrenchment you're suggesting the rare cory amac could be may be the first domino but again when you talk about arming i i can hear you know earnings are expected to beef up six percent earnings growth in the second quarter would kick off and if a couple they hear earnings of beaten expectations 21 consecutive quarters by out breather havoc on average what does that mean what i mean look it up to threequarters of temperature earnings growth that's not really a weakening economy in our opinion second point manufacturing i get it manufacturing by no means is the big of a bigger part of economy as a one was but a lot of people realize the little real us manufacturing in the first quarter get a new all time high will be held up possibly can be quote unquote bearish for the economy going forward again from little wall equity but overall economy really still looks pretty good of your hey deal all market oh absolutely we do when you talk about oil obviously you went down with whoa forty the now started abounds our opinion on oil has been that.

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"intelligence analyst" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"intelligence analyst" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Restaurant full of people spoiler alert he didn't actually shoot anybody thank goodness but mystery that will be answered why was he so up sat at that restaurant you will find out his handle on the news continues here's kfi am 640 jennifer jones lee give us some news please la county sheriff mcdonald's says he strongly denies accusations from a former top executives sheriff's department says it's still reviewing the allegations filed by former assistant sheriff todd rogers he says he was forced out after reporting and what he thought was a crime roger says in a new lawsuit he faced retaliation and harassment he says it's because he went to prosecutors and said someone working for mcdonnell had offered rogers a top position if he agreed to drop out of the 2014 election to replace lee barca and endorse mcdonnell rogers did both things then reported the alleged bribe a year later roger his lawyer didn't return calls eric leonard kfi news news is brought to you by unicom global a new lawsuit claims that the natural gas blowout near porter ranch was bound to happen this suit claims the parent company of socalled gas knew the underground storage wells were in bad shape they shareholders lawsuit claims the board of directors and company execs created a culture of lawlessness lawyer frank which any says people in charge failed to make repairs from our perspective it was very forseeable that there was going to be a significant leak it one of the underground storage well the lawsuit seeks to allow shareholders to nominate at least two people to the company's board of directors antara mulling beck kfi news former army intelligence analyst chelsea manning is speaking out now that she's out of prison thanks to former president obama manning tells abc news that she leaked.

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