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“The most detailed and up-to-date account of the work of any signals intelligence agency in existence… a masterpiece of investigative reporting.” The book contains the first detailed account of the world-wide electronic surveillance system called Echelon, which is used to spy on international communications including e-mails and phone calls. These revelations have been repeated in hundreds of articles, documentaries and movies, and prompted for a year-long European parliament inquiry. The book gives an inside look at New Zealand’s largest intelligence agency and its part in a US-British-Canadian-Australia-New Zealand intelligence alliance, information that helps us understand the workings of all five allied agencies. — Author

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Secret power
Nicky Hager.

Published 1996 by Craig Potton Publishing in Nelson, New Zealand .
Written in English.

Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references and index.

Other Titles
New Zealand's role in the international spy network

Classifications

Library of Congress
JQ5829.I6 H34 1996

The Physical Object

Pagination
299 p. :
Number of pages
299

ID Numbers

Open Library
OL743343M
Internet Archive
secretpowernewze00hage
ISBN 10
0908802358
LC Control Number
97135903
OCLC/WorldCat
36094496
Library Thing
851884
Goodreads
2332688

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