Saturday, 12 November 2011

Daily Telegraph: " 'Google effect' means spies work harder, says ex-GCHQ chief"

Link to Daily Telegraph

Sir David Pepper, the former director of GCHQ, who was giving the annual Mountbatten Memorial Lecture at the Institution of Engineering and Technology, said:  
"Nobody wants the easy stuff anymore, and there is no point spending effort and money collecting it.

"Intelligence producers have had to become very sensitive to this phenomenon, and very careful not to put effort into producing intelligence that purports to be secret which is, in fact, not secret at all."

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