Tag Archives: Agencies

Russia's security agencies to recruit bloggers for anti-terrorism campaign

Russia’s Security Council has revealed a plan to use bloggers and various civil society groups to help fight terrorist and extremist information spreading on the internet. “Experts of the Security Council‘s research group have proposed to stimulate the interaction between law enforcement agencies and prominent bloggers and civil society institutions, including the socially-oriented NGOs that are ready to support our ...

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Swiss lawyer jailed for telling tales about Russian business clients to British & US agencies

Matthew Parish, a lawyer from Geneva, has been sentenced to two months in a Swiss jail for libel and breaking attorney-client privilege after two Russian oil traders accused him of blackmailing them. According to a criminal complaint filed against Parish by Murat Seitnepesov and Konstantin Ryndin last month, the lawyer made public false allegations to make them pay a heavily ...

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‘Untenable’: 3 out of 4 US govt agencies ‘at risk’ of cyberattack

The majority of US government agencies are grossly unprepared and unprotected against cyberattacks, a damning new report finds. The current situation has been described as “untenable.” The White House Office of Management and Budget (OMB) found 71 out of 96 government agencies have cybersecurity programs that are “at risk” or “high risk” when it comes to security. Dozens of federal ...

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'Clinton & Obama conspired to weaponize US intelligence agencies for years' – RT's Crosstalk debates

As the ‘Russiagate’ investigation continues in Washington, despite zero evidence presented that Trump colluded with Moscow, RT’s Crosstalk guests have discussed collusion of another kind – that of US intelligence agencies. Speaking during the show, hosted by Peter Lavelle, journalist H.A. Goodman noted that government agencies are going after US President Donald Trump despite the fact that he hasn’t actually ...

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US spy agencies make 'outrageous' attempts to recruit expelled Russian diplomats – Moscow

The American intelligence services are hastily trying to recruit Russian diplomats expelled from the US over the Skripal case, Russia’s Foreign Ministry said, slamming Washington’s behavior as cynical and indecent. The ministry sounded the alarm over “a sharp increase in provocative actions against Russian diplomats in the US.” The ministry said that after the announcement that 60 Russian diplomats are ...

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Slow & biased US rating agencies need input from Russia & China for fair picture – analysts

S&P, Moody’s, and Fitch are cumbersome and sometimes biased when assessing economies and companies. For a more complex rating, you have to listen to other agencies, too, analysts have told RT. “Leading rating agencies can be considered partly guilty for the global financial crisis of 2008. Despite this, no practical conclusions were made. China and Russia decided to create their ...

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US rating agencies unfairly downgrade developing countries & keep US ratings high – analysts

Standard & Poor’s (S&P), Moody’s, and Fitch Group are often accused of using double standards when assessing countries, companies and financial instruments. RT has talked to experts about this bias. “It is absurd when Russia, a country with the fifth-largest reserves of physical gold, and with gold reserves of $ 450 billion, had a rating lower than the investment grade ...

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Biden was wrong: Intel agencies find no evidence of ‘Russian meddling’ in Italian polls

Italian intelligence services did not find evidence to back up allegations voiced by former US Vice President Joe Biden. He claimed Moscow had meddled with Italy’s polls before and plans to do it again. Two Italian intelligence agencies did not find any evidence of the alleged Russian interference into last year’s constitutional reform referendum, despite conducting “attentive monitoring” of possible ...

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London to lose 1,000 jobs as EU members bid for agencies post-Brexit

Published time: 21 Nov, 2017 01:07 London has lost two European agencies to Paris and Amsterdam after the EU’s major cities battled it out to host the facilities following Britain’s departure from the political union. The vote to decide the fate of the European Medicines Agency (EMA) and the European Banking Authority (EBA) took place in Brussels on Tuesday, with ...

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