Saturday, April 17, 2010

GCHQ: Cracking the Code - BBC Radio

The BBC's Security Correspondent Gordon Corera gains unprecedented access to Britain's ultra secret listening station where super computers monitor the world's communications traffic and Britain's global eavesdropping and electronic surveillance operations are conducted.

The layers of secrecy which have surrounded GCHQ's work are peeled away - what exactly does it do and who is it listening to?


It seems like this is an expanded follow-up on the "GCHQ: Spooks in Socks and Sandals" article making the rounds. The radio broadcast is about 40 mins long.....very interesting.

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