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97%VideoOct 2012

Blowback: The unintended consequences of foreign operations

(7:46) When the American public doesn't know about secret American foreign policy, it asks the question: "Why do they hate us?".

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94%VideoJan 2013

TYT - CIA torture whistleblower gets 30 months

(8:13) Former CIA officer gets prison for outing torturers. What's going on?

(11 comments)

92%AnimationDec 2007

Facebook privacy policy

(4:00) Beware of what you share. Facebook may be associated with the CIA for the purpose of profiling all members.

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92%VideoFeb 2012

Facebook replaces CIA information gathering programs

(3:17) The Onion reports on a worrying revelation, that Facebook and the CIA are in bed together sharing information.

88%VideoAug 2013

What you probably didn't know about Edward Snowden

(7:18) Edward Snowden didn't actually work for the NSA, he worked for a private contractor called Booz Allen Hamilton. So how could Snowden, working for a private company, leak information about a top secret government surveillance program?

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88%VideoMar 2017

TYT - Wikileaks: CIA bugs everyone's phones, TVs, cars...

(10:28) We saw it in 1984, now we know it's true.

88%VideoApr 2017

Wikileaks reveals CIA can mask hacks as work of foreign hackers

(6:54) WikiLeaks' latest batch of documents detail CIA hacking tactics and how they can hamper investigators.

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87%PictureJan 2009

Cadillac One: The car that thinks it's a tank

The Beast is the security armoured limousine which has been custom made to be Barack Obama's presidential vehicle built by General Motors in Detroit and based on a Cadillac chassis

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87%VideoJun 2013

Charlie, CIA's robotic fish

(0:41) In the 1990s, the CIA created Charlie, a robotic catfish to study the feasibility of unmanned underwater vehicles for intelligence collection purposes.

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87%VideoDec 2014

60 Minutes interview with former CIA torture chief (2012)

(13:33) Lesley Stahl interviews Jose Rodriguez, former head of the CIA's Clandestine Service, where he defends the enhanced interrogation techniques the CIA used on detainees.

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