What is NSA?

  • (noun): The United States cryptologic organization that coordinates and directs highly specialized activities to protect United States information systems and to produce foreign intelligence information.
    Synonyms: National Security Agency

Some articles on nsa:

List Of Chuck Characters
... and anxious Nerd Herd associate at Buy More who unwittingly downloads the entire CIA/NSA secret database subliminally into his brain ... the series he is protected by CIA agent Sarah Walker (Yvonne Strahovski) and NSA agent John Casey (Adam Baldwin) while helping the CIA and NSA in spy missions ...
CIA Activities In The United States - 1952-1975
... A number of projects, some run by NSA and some by CIA, intercepted mail and electronic communications of US citizens in the US ... CIA, and the rest of the intelligence community, receives product from thousands of NSA SIGINT programs ... Americans, judged inappropriate by the Director of NSA and shut down by 1975 ...
Signals Intelligence In The Cold War - US Domestic Surveillance
... several programs, potentially in violation of its foreign intelligence charter, the NSA (and its AFSA predecessor) monitored international telegram and selected voice ...
Signals Intelligence In Modern History - 2000s - Terrorism and Response in The US - US Domestic Surveillance Issues
... after a location, in San Francisco, where AT T provides NSA access ... after whistle-blower Klein allegedly learned that AT T was installing Narus boxes in secure, NSA-controlled rooms in switching centers around the country ... Former AT T technician Mark Klein, who revealed AT T was giving NSA access, said in a statement, said a Narus STA 6400 was in the NSA room to which AT T allegedly copied ...
Sam Brown (activist) - National Student Association Spokesman During The CIA National Student Association Scandal
... using the National Student Organization (NSA) for intelligence gathering abroad ... for covert cooperation from students in the NSA's international programs ... As spokesman for the national NSA's national supervisory board at the time, Brown was particularly appalled by the predicament of members of the NSA's international programs "The fantastic pressures these ...