May 202015
 May 20, 2015  Surveillance

Tim Cushing reports:

Intelligence gathering on intelligence gatherers. Watching the watchers. Whatever you want to call it, Transparency Toolkit is doing it. It has gathered 27,000 publicly-posted resumes from members of the “intelligence community” and turned them into a searchable database.

The database — ICWatch — was put together using software specifically constructed by Transparency Watch (and posted at Github). Not only can the database be searched through TW’s front end, but the data is also available in raw form for data-mining purposes.

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