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Intelligence and the Information Revolution: Discussion with Dr Jennifer Sims, Georgetown University

 

How has the internet revolution impacted intelligence collection? What are the benefits and challenges for intelligence agencies of new internet technologies? Dr. Jennifer Sims, Director of Intelligence Studies and Visiting Professor, Georgetown University, discusses these questions and more in the first of a three part video series.

Dr. Sims spoke to the Lowy Institute and invited guests in Canberra on 26 July 2012 as part of the Lowy Institute's UNISYS National Security Event Series.

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