Espionage

Espionage is more commonly referred to as spying, and it intrigues people the world over thanks to the daring and mysterious depiction of espionage in the media. However, in legal terms, espionage is defined as obtaining and spreading information without the knowledge or permission of the holder of that information.

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What is conducted after each incident of unauthorized disclosure of classified information in cases involving espionage or leaks to the public media to determine the effect of a compromise on national security?

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What organization challenged the constitutionality of the 1917 Espionage Act in Schenck v US?

Schenck v. United States, 249 US 47 (1919)

The American Union Against Militarism (AUAM), which was formed in 1914 to oppose the United States' entrance into WWI created the National Civil Liberties Bureau (NCLB), an early precursor to the ACLU, to defend the civil rights of conscientious objectors imprisoned for taking a stand against the War.

Attorneys Henry J. Gibbons and Henry John Nelson petitioned the Court on behalf of Charles T. Schenck and Dr. Elizabeth Baer, two organizers of the Socialist Party in Philadelphia, who had been convicted of conspiracy under the Espionage Act of 1917 for distributing literature urging young men to resist the draft.

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How did the Espionage Act affect US elections?

The Espionage Act forced Eugene V. Debs to run his presidential campaign from jail.

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Which of the following is considered a potential insider threat vulnerability?

All of them

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Why do you think Mauryan kings employed spies?

The Mauryan kings employed spies mainly to find out about their enemy's plans of attack so that he could make better ones to attack hos enemy. By attacking enemies, the king became more powerful, thus gaining more land and larger armies

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Why was Linda's classified email was intercepted by a Russian Foreign Intelligence Entity, although this was not her intention. Did Linda commit espionage?

No, because Linda did not intend for the Russian Foreign Intelligence Entity to see her email.

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What are the Espionage and Sedition Acts?

(d) were responsible for the arrest of 1500 Americans.

The correct answer is supported in the text on page 678.

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How do you define espionage?

history log michelle24lol@msn.com

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Counter espionage cases are heard in which type of court?

(in the US) ALL such cases begin in whichever US District Court has original jurisdciction.

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What is MI6?

MI6 is a British organisation that is incharge of national security unlike its partner MI5 which is incharge of global situations involved with Britain.

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What are some tips on eavesdropping?

  • stay out of sight
  • be as quiet as possible (make sure to control your breathing, footsteps, etc)
  • plan an escape route
  • have a pre-determined excuse in case you get caught

Sometimes, depending on the case, there are very serious consequences for eavesdropping. Plus, it is pretty impolite and rude, therefore, it is not recommended.

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How was espionage a vital weapon in World War 2 and how effective was it?

espionage was a vital weapon because it was used to recover attack dates without many lives were lost

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How did the espionage and sedition acts violate the first amendment?

They were the Alien and Sedition Acts, enacted by John Adams. Among other things, parts of the Acts violated the 1st Amendment because it made it illegal to give 'bad press' to a public official (like John Adams, himself, a constant and merciless target of ridicule and insult masterminded by Thomas Jefferson and James Madison on the Democratic-Republican side and Alexander Hamilton (among others) on the Federalist side). One would want to search query the Acts to find out everything about them.

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Is espionage a crime?

Yes. In time of war spying it can get you shot. Its a federal or military offence. Industrial espionage (spying within corporations) can get you jail or heavy fines. A recent industrial spying case involving the (secret) Coca Cola formula got some of the people jail terms. And in circumstances involving military or government facilities, espionage is considered a capital crime and therefore punishable by the death penalty.

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Banned certain printed materials?

Espionage act.

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When was the Central Intelligence Agency created?

The National Security Act of 1947 set up the Central Intelligence Agency. One major purpose behind this act was to keep the US presidents aware of covert actions world wide and thus allow a president to use the intelligence gathered by the CIA to establish policy and to conduct foreign affairs.

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What was the name of the woman who hid the spies at Jericho?

rahab

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Who is trhe father of organized military espionage?

Frederick the great

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How do you get on the elelvator on the Totally Spies game?

You do that by hitting the spacebar.

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What time does the totally spies show come on?

Totally Spies comes on on Saturdays on Cartoon Network at 11:30 a.m. I hope this helps you!

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Where could you find the articles about famous espionage?

Hi If you just want articles, google on the search Espionage. If you are thinking of a person, then type in Aldrich Ames or David Greenglass. If you want a book on the subject, search amazon.com with the search term espionage. Similarly for Ebay books. Phil

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Why did Julius Rosenberg commit espionage?

Because of his political convictions.

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What is espionage?

Espionage is spying to acquire secret information from a government or company.

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What piece of shostokovich is used for the theme of reilly ace of spies?

Entitled "Romance," this was film music for "The Gadfly" (released in 1955). It was published as "Romance" by Schirmer, now available as DSCH book. It was adapted for the TV series by Harry Rabinowitz.

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