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  • Hardcover
  • 300 pages
  • Chatter
  • Patrick Radden Keefe
  • English
  • 09 December 2018
  • 1400060346

10 thoughts on “Chatter

  1. says:

    I have read a bunch of books on spying and intelligence agencies over the years.Most of their authors allowed themselves the luxury of blurring the line between plainly observable provable facts and wild flights of fanciful conjecture.This book is a refreshing change in that and other regards Patrick Radden Keefe does an excellent job sketching in both broad and detailed strokes exactly what we do know about agencies like the NSA and thei...

  2. says:

    This is a remarkable book about sigint signals intelligence The first half is a chilling detailing of how telecommunications of all sorts are swept up by numerous listening stations around the world, a central part of a UK USA agreement including Canada, Australia, and New Zealand.The second half begins to wonder if the enormous amount of money spent by the NSA and others is worth it, given the tremendous failures of sigint to help prevent terrorist acts notably September 11th, for exa This is a remarkable book about sigint signals intelligence The first half is a chilling detailing of how telecommunications of all sorts are swept up by numerous listening stations a...

  3. says:

    Exceptionally well written Insightful A look into signal intelligence capturing by the Anglo alliance.

  4. says:

    This book was my first introduction to real spy and listening posts and their history I read it when it was first published and I recommend it highly The author has done his homework and his writing style is clear and moves along without bogging down in inessentials This is a history thatAmer...

  5. says:

    I ll give this book every possible benefit of the doubt because I can t prove what I think might be going on Even in that scenario it s just a moderately shitty news article writ looong And that s the best possible case Just a shitty news article writ long This author is an ass.

  6. says:

    written in 05, it s old news Couldn t get into this

  7. says:

    Keefe showedthan one point of view He showed the NSA s side, which was keeping everything very secretive He also showed the views of the people of America, which was either uninformed or extremely informed, and people from other countries point of views, whom seemed to knowthan the average American The book is very comprehensive and appropriate for the title I would say it is slightly biased, he says things like I was troubled , It all sounded elusive to me. , and I fo Keefe showedthan one point of view He showed ...

  8. says:

    I have to admit that I put off reading this book, because I was afraid that it s 300 pages would be some conspiratorial tirade against Signit and Echelon However, I was pleasantly surprised by the way the author handles the topic Keefe approaches the tender areas of signal intelligence in a very even way, containing many sides of this intensely debated issue, from conspiratorial web enthusiasts to NSA officials. Anyone interested in the NSA, CIA, or Signal Intelligence will enjoy this book, a I have to admit that I pu...

  9. says:

    Frightening and fascinating at the same time, I can t help but wonder a little if checking this book out from the library put me on some sort of watch list.Probably not.It s a book detailing some of the Sigint in the US, the agreements that the US has with UK and other allies, and the drawbacks and shortfalls that have happened in recent years It was a good read and left me wanting to know , but also slightly unsettled at the reach of our government and it s seeming inc...

  10. says:

    Excellent survey of the Echelon system, very readable, filled with tons of great nerdy true hacker stories The author maintains neutrality in a very difficult topic, which I don t like much, but I appreciate why he does it to get through to the m...

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Chatter characters Chatter , audiobook Chatter , files book Chatter , today Chatter , Chatter 34a12 How Does Our Government Eavesdrop Whom Do They Eavesdrop On And Is The Interception Of Communication An Effective Means Of Predicting And Preventing Future Attacks These Are Some Of The Questions At The Heart Of Patrick Radden Keefe S Brilliant New Book, Chatter In The Late 1990s, When Keefe Was A Graduate Student In England, He Heard Stories About An Eavesdropping Network Led By The United States That Spanned The Planet The System, Known As Echelon, Allowed America And Its Allies To Intercept The Private Phone Calls And E Mails Of Civilians And Governments Around The World Taking The Mystery Of Echelon As His Point Of Departure, Keefe Explores The Nature And Context Of Communications Interception, Drawing Together Fascinating Strands Of History, Fresh Investigative Reporting, And Riveting, Eye Opening Anecdotes The Result Is A Bold And Distinctive Book, Part Detective Story, Part Travel Writing, Part Essay On Paranoia And Secrecy In A Digital Age.Chatter Starts Out At Menwith Hill, A Secret Eavesdropping Station Covered In Mysterious, Gargantuan Golf Balls, In England S Yorkshire Moors From There, The Narrative Moves Quickly To Another American Spy Station Hidden In The Australian Outback From The Intelligence Bureaucracy In Washington To The European Parliament In Brussels From An Abandoned National Security Agency Base In The Mountains Of North Carolina To The Remote Indian Ocean Island Of Diego Garcia As Keefe Chases Down The Truth Of Contemporary Surveillance By Intelligence Agencies, He Unearths Reams Of Little Known Information And Introduces Us To A Rogue S Gallery Of Unforgettable Characters We Meet A Former British Eavesdropper Who Now Listens In On The United States Air Force For Sport An Intelligence Translator Who Risked Prison To Reveal An American Operation To Spy On The United Nations Security Council A Former Member Of The Senate Committee On Intelligence Who Says That Oversight Is So Bad, A Lot Of Senators Only Sit On The Committee For The Travel.Provocative, Often Funny, And Alarming Without Being Alarmist, Chatter Is A Journey Through A Bizarre And Shadowy World With Vast Implications For Our Security As Well As Our Privacy It Is Also The Debut Of A Major New Voice In Nonfiction.

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