The GLBA lowers although does not altogether eliminate barriers between the banking and securities industries erected by the Banking Act of popularly known as the "Glass-Steagall Act" 4 and between the banking and the insurance industries erected by the amendments to the Bank Holding Company Act of the "Bank Holding Company Act".
It may also include operations against non-state organizations operating in country B, with or without country B support. It may also involve offensive counterintelligence against country D assets operating in country B. The basic structure here can be pertinent to a domestic service operating against a non-national group within its borders.
Depending on the legal structure of the country, there may be significant, or very few, restrictions on domestic HUMINT. The most basic question will be whether criminal prosecution, or stopping operations, is the goal. Typically, criminal prosecution will be the primary goal against drug and slavery groups, with breaking up their operations the secondary goal.
These priorities, however, are apt to reverse in dealing with terrorist groups. If there are separate organizations with diplomatic and nonofficial cover, there may be two chiefs.
Sufficiently large stations may have several independent, compartmented groups. Description US terminology Officers with diplomatic immunity Diplomatic cover, emphasizing that GRU assumed that the host nation assumed all military attaches were intelligence officers, but that some diplomats might actually be diplomats Diplomatic cover Public association with the service's country, but no diplomatic immunity Civilian cover e.
Personnel with Peace Corps and certain other backgrounds are barred from intelligence. Some, decreasing, cover as journalists now rarely used[ citation needed ] No affiliation with host nation government Illegal usually with an assumed identity Nonofficial cover NOC. May use real name or not, but often some invented background Station under diplomatic cover[ edit ] Nations vary as to how well hidden they choose to have all, part, or none of their intelligence personnel under the guise of diplomatic immunity.
Frequently, at least one individual is known to the host country, so there can be a deniable channel of communications. If the nations are allies, many of the intelligence personnel may be known and actively cooperating. Certain diplomatic titles were often assumed to be cover jobs. With the United Kingdom, " passport control officer " was, much of the time, an intelligence position.
Chief of station or rezident. There may also be multiple chiefs if "country B" has both military and civilian human intelligence. Operations Officer, also called case officer: Israel's Mossad refers to these as katsas.
May be the administrative chief. Communications and encryption personnel Drivers and guards Operational Targeting Officer: May be more focused on access agents and recruitinghanding off recruited agents to case officers.
Technical collection specialists e. For example, the Soviet GRU covered some intelligence officers under the TASS news agency, or as part of a trade or technical mission, or even as diplomats.
The last might seem surprising, but this was under a GRU assumption that military attaches would always be assumed to be intelligence officers, but that members of the civilian part of an embassy might actually be diplomats rather than intelligence officers. Western sensitivities tend to be much greater about using, for example, journalistic cover[ citation needed ].
The US has been emphatic in prohibiting any relationship between intelligence and the Peace Corps [ citation needed ]. A doctor, medic, or any other type of medical personnel.
Such a ruse is a violation of treaty obligations. A chaplain or clergyman. A member of the civilian government, such as a Member of Parliament. His overt role, inwas directing a program that paid subsidies to German scientists, part of a larger program of denying German talent to the Soviets.
Initially, he was based in PforzheimWest Germany.
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