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The CIA Guide to Surveillance and Surveillance Detection: The Ultimate Guide to Surreptitious Observation
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The CIA Guide to Surveillance and Surveillance Detection: The Ultimate Guide to Surreptitious Observation (Paperback)

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Have you ever thought you were being followed or watched? Have you ever needed to follow or observe someone and not be seen?



In the world of espionage, surveillance and surveillance detection are a way of life. It is the job of every CIA operations officer to make sure he or she is not under surveillance-that is, being followed to the commission of an "operational act." It is also the job of every CIA operations officer to surveil his own targets, whether they are terrorists or terrorist suspects, foreign intelligence officers, hostile actors, or even sometimes his own agents, for vetting purposes.



In everyday life, many people from all walks of life need to know how to perform similar operations. Whether avoiding a stalker, checking up on an unfaithful partner, or just securing one's own privacy, a working knowledge of modern surveillance and surveillance detection techniques is a critical skill to possess. And there is nobody better to teach that skill than someone trained by the CIA.



From former CIA counterterrorism officer John C. Kiriakou, The CIA Guide to Surveillance and Surveillance Detection takes you through the CIA's surveillance and surveillance detection program. It will teach you to apply CIA surveillance techniques to your own everyday life. You'll learn how to stay safe, to ensure your privacy, and to keep the honest people honest-the CIA way.

John Kiriakou is a former CIA counterterrorism officer, former senior investigator for the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, and former counterterrorism consultant for ABC News. He was responsible for the capture in Pakistan in 2002 of Abu Zubaydah, then believed to be the third-ranking official in al-Qaeda. In 2007, Kiriakou blew the whistle on the CIA's torture program, telling ABC News that the CIA tortured prisoners, that torture was official US government policy, and that the policy had been approved by then- President George W. Bush. He is the author of multiple books on intelligence and the CIA.

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