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Who has been spying China for 15 years? [Copy link] 中文

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Post time 2013-6-20 16:27:04 |Display all floors

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In U.S. National Security Agency's Secret Archive Center (video screenshot), where stored mostly paper documents stored, no one is allowed to take out a piece of paper after work in accordance with the provisions. All of the paper has to be destroyed, and the important paper documents are stored at the Secret Archive Center. Only the U.S. president has the right to decrypt the file.







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Post time 2013-6-20 16:29:49 |Display all floors
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Pictured is the billboard inside the NSA building listing the prohibited items(video screenshot). Weapons, mobile phones, computers are on the list.

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Post time 2013-6-20 16:35:48 |Display all floors

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The National Cryptologic Museum is the National Security Agency's principal gateway to the public where collects numerous code and code-breaking machines.

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Post time 2013-6-20 17:12:01 |Display all floors
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In fact, the governments of the United States, the United Kingdom, Canada, Australia and New Zealand, signed the UKUSA treaty to create a single vast globla intelligence organization sharing common goals and commpn agenda, spying on the world and sharing the data. The United States is responsible for providing surveilliance equipment and construction funds, Australia is responsible for southern China and India, New Zealand is responsible for the Western Pacific, Canada is responsible for Russia's Arctic regions of Canada, the United Kingdom is mainly responsible for the area west of the Ural Mountains in Russia, Africa and Europe. The United States' own monitoring capabilities can cover northern China, Asia, Russia, parts of Asia and Latin America. Among US overseas monitoring stations, the most famous is built on Menwith Hill monitoring station on British soil, but controlled by the NSA. The monitoring station covering 560 acres, with a breathtaking number of antennas and satellite receivers, has been described as the largest electronic monitoring station in the world. Monitor business activities range from commercial activities to communications between national leaders.  The photo shows Menwith Hill monitoring station.

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Post time 2013-6-20 17:21:25 |Display all floors
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The Pine Gap base in central Australia is an integral component of US surveillance system spying on China. Near Alice Springs, it employs nearly 1,000 people, mainly from the Central Intelligence Agency and the National Reconnaissance Office. Originally code-named MERINO, it is the ground station for a satellite network that intercepts telephone, radio, data links, and other communications around the world. The facility currently includes a dozen radomes, a 5,600 square meter computer room, and 20-odd service and support buildings. Two of its ground antenna are part of the U.S. Defense Satellite Communications System.

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Post time 2013-6-20 17:23:12 |Display all floors
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US' sea-based X-band radar

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Post time 2013-6-20 17:33:14 |Display all floors
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US civilian personnel account for nearly 80 percent of U.S. National Security Agency's employees. Military Intelligence Brigade, more secret military unit at US overseas bases, conduct the surveilliance activities on foreign countries. There is a total of 9 intelligence Brigade stationed around the world, of which 501 Military Intelligence Brigade in South Korea, is the main force of gathering intelligence on China. Pictured in 1986, the flag-changing ceremony was held by 513th Military Intelligence Brigade in New Jersey.

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