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January 21, 2007

Spooks Target Air Force Officers Via MySpace

posted by MR WAVETHEORY at 1/21/2007 09:33:00 PM
Using MySpace to do counterintelligence sounds brilliant.

The Air Force’s Office of Special Investigations is warning airmen to exercise caution when using the popular Internet social networking site MySpace.com.

The warning comes after OSI Special Agent Ryan Amedure investigated several airmen who were solicited “specific information” via MySpace.com about RAF Lakenheath in the past several months.

It gets the Mr. Wave Theory big thumbs up for most innovative use of a useless technology. Soon, SIG-INT will be scanning MySpace and officers will be posing as teenage girls soliciting the names, numbers, and addresses of Air Force officer and other highly placed military personnel.

Who knows? Maybe Rumsfeld is on MySpace. OK. That might be taking it a little too far. I take that back.

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