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CIA vs. Wikileaks

Intimiditation surveillance and other tactics observed and experienced

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Video duration
00:58:58
Language
English
Abstract
In this talk, I aim to report and show a collection of observations, physical, visual and other evidence of the last years incidents that strongly indicate a context of the US Central Intelligence Agency and/or potentially other entities of the US Government actions against Wikileaks and surrounding persons and organisations.

While the area of technical surveillance, SIGINT/COMINT and related Organizations and Methods have been more or less well understood in the hacker scene, the tactics and methods experienced and discussed in this talk are of a different type: For the moment, I would call it "initimidation surveillance" as it lacks the aspect of "covert" type of actions.

On the last Chaos Communication Congress, I have analysed the technical aspects of the surveillance in and surrounding the ecuadorian embassy where Julian Assange stayed; this talk shows what happened to other people - friends of Assange, supporters of Wikileaks etc - not only in England, but also in other countries / other parts of the world.

The idea is to not only show the scope of activities but also to contribute to a better understanding of these tactics, that might be applied also in completely different political environments where governments act in extralegal ways against activities they dislike, although they that are not a crime or easily criminalized.

Talk ID
11512
Event:
rc3
Day
2
Room
rC2
Start
9:50 p.m.
Duration
00:40:00
Track
Ethics, Society & Politics
Type of
lecture
Speaker
andy
Talk Slug & media link
rc3-11512-cia_vs_wikileaks

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