An Intelligent Look at Terrorism with Phil Gurski

QUICK HITS | So now our spies need a warrant to use Google?

December 14, 2020 Phil Gurski
An Intelligent Look at Terrorism with Phil Gurski
QUICK HITS | So now our spies need a warrant to use Google?
Chapters
0:00
Introduction
0:20
CSIS use of geolocation data could be unlawful, says watchdog
1:15
CSIS Act Section 12
2:21
The National Security and Intelligence Review Agency
3:13
Classified vs open source information
4:50
You know you country is safe when...
5:36
Who watches the watchers?
6:36
Intercepting private communications
9:04
Contact Phil Gurski
An Intelligent Look at Terrorism with Phil Gurski
QUICK HITS | So now our spies need a warrant to use Google?
Dec 14, 2020
Phil Gurski

We in the West rightfully demand that our spy agencies obey the law and are not allowed to do a 'runaround'.  We would also expect them to use any information they have access to help keep us safe. So, what to make of a new NSIRA report criticising CSIS for using open source info to help it do its job?

►Read CSIS use of geolocation data could be unlawful, says watchdog on CBC
►Subscribe - https://borealisthreatandrisk.com/subscribe/

About the host Phil Gurski:

Phil is the President and CEO of Borealis Threat and Risk Consulting Ltd. and Programme Director for the Security, Economics and Technology (SET) hub at the University of Ottawa’s Professional Development Institute (PDI). He worked as a senior strategic analyst at CSIS (Canadian Security Intelligence Service) from 2001-2015, specializing in violent Islamist-inspired homegrown terrorism and radicalisation.

►Check Phil's latest book ''When Religion Kills'' - https://amzn.to/2ALdpoG
►Website - https://borealisthreatandrisk.com/
►Twitter - https://twitter.com/borealissaves
►LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/in/phil-gurski-8942468/
►Email - borealisrisk@gmail.com

Show Notes Chapter Markers

We in the West rightfully demand that our spy agencies obey the law and are not allowed to do a 'runaround'.  We would also expect them to use any information they have access to help keep us safe. So, what to make of a new NSIRA report criticising CSIS for using open source info to help it do its job?

►Read CSIS use of geolocation data could be unlawful, says watchdog on CBC
►Subscribe - https://borealisthreatandrisk.com/subscribe/

About the host Phil Gurski:

Phil is the President and CEO of Borealis Threat and Risk Consulting Ltd. and Programme Director for the Security, Economics and Technology (SET) hub at the University of Ottawa’s Professional Development Institute (PDI). He worked as a senior strategic analyst at CSIS (Canadian Security Intelligence Service) from 2001-2015, specializing in violent Islamist-inspired homegrown terrorism and radicalisation.

►Check Phil's latest book ''When Religion Kills'' - https://amzn.to/2ALdpoG
►Website - https://borealisthreatandrisk.com/
►Twitter - https://twitter.com/borealissaves
►LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/in/phil-gurski-8942468/
►Email - borealisrisk@gmail.com

Introduction
CSIS use of geolocation data could be unlawful, says watchdog
CSIS Act Section 12
The National Security and Intelligence Review Agency
Classified vs open source information
You know you country is safe when...
Who watches the watchers?
Intercepting private communications
Contact Phil Gurski