<smaller> There is a book regarding this topic called "Secret Power" - New Zealand's Role in the International Spy Network,</smaller> <smaller>by Nicky Hager,</smaller><bold> </bold>Published by Craig Potton Publishing, PO Box 555, Nelson, New Zealand First published 1996 Reprinted 1996. <center> </center><bold><underline>Chapter 1, 1984 Chapter 2 Hooked up to the spy network: the UKUSA system</underline></bold><underline> </underline>Chapter 3 The power of the Dictionary: inside ECHELON Chapter 4 Fighting the Cold War: the rold of UKUSA Chapter 5 The GCSB, ANZUS and a nuclear-free New Zealand Chapter 6 Behind closed doors: what happens inside the GCSB Chapter 7 The organisation: secret structures of the GCSB Chapter 8 Secret squirrels: who runs the GCSB Chapter 9 Station NZC-332: electronic eavesdropping from Tangimoana Chapter 10 Under the radome: what happens at Waihopai Chapter 11 The facts in the filofax: military signals intelligence missions Chapter 12 What are the secrets? The intelligence product Chapter 13 Who watches the watchers? Overseeing the intelligence agencies Chapter 14 Leaving the intelligence alliance Appendices A Who's who in New Zealand foreign intelligence organisations B A guided tour of secret intelligence facilities - Waihopai - Tangimoana - Overseas stations C Where the intelligence ends up - External Assessments Bureau - Directorate of Defence Intelligence - Courier links to the overseas agencies D Second World War signals intelligence history Endnotes Index and Glossary There is only place to purchase in the States. Email me if your interested. At 11:56 PM 2/4/98 -0800, you wrote: >This thread in cypherpunks started with the Sunday Telegraph report on >NSA's Echelon system, which reportedly monitors European SIGINT, and >continued through its current subject line when someone posted details on >transparent monitoring capability built into the ISDN digital telephone >technology. Follow the link below for info on the New Zealand franchise. >-hedges- > >>Date: Mon, 02 Feb 1998 11:18:23 -0200 >>From: Vicente Silveira <<vicenteat_private> >>To: jyaat_private >>Cc: cypherpunksat_private >>Subject: Re: More on ISDN Features >> >>Btw, a report from the New Zealand Herald ( 1997-07-21 ) says that >>New Zealand's secret facility of Waihopai ( believed to be part of Echelon >>) was >>being upgraded to be able >>to monitor an increasing volume of telecommunications on the Pacific. Even >>more >>interesting is that the NZ's Crimes Act was being modified to allow the >>interception >>of >>"private oral communications" ( phone calls ) of foreign states, >>organizations and >>individuals. >> >>The report : >>http://www.magnet.ch/serendipity/hermetic/crypto/echelon/nzh1.htm >> >>-vbs >> >>> ... >>> I'm much more concerned about the Echelon system which was (finally) >>> reported in the Sunday Telegraph just before Xmas. This system, it is >>> alleged, can intercept and look for keywords in ALL international comms >>> traffic. I believe this also gets a mention in the Europarliament report. >>> >>> Vote early and often for freely available strong encryption!! >>> (whatever JR mutters about 'doing him out of his livelihood' :=) ) >>> ... >>> Key escrow is another example of complete bollocks, IMHO. >>> ... >> > > > Betty O'Hearn Assistant to Mr. Winn Schwartau 813-360-6256 Voice 813-363-7277 FAX http://www.infowar.com http://www.info-sec.com Everybody gets so much information all day long that they lose their common sense. - Gertrude Stein, American author (1874-1946).
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