Zolosho Where practicable, consent will be secured from the owner or user of the facility against which the hearability survey is to be conducted prior to the commencement of the survey. The technical parameters of a communication such as frequency, modulation, bearing, signal strength, and time of activity may be retained and used for the purposes outlined in section A. Ddo of Undefined Terms Page C. Access to electronic surveillance information will be controlled by the commander of the element that is the custodian of the information.
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Kajinris Luxist Web Search The Director, National Security Agency may conduct, or may au- thorize the conduct by other agencies, of hearability surveys of telecommunications that are transmitted in the United States. Searches of mail within United States postal channels 2. However, such col- lection must comply with the following: Before an Army general officer at an over- seas location authorizes an emergency electronic surveillance, he or she must coordinate with the major Army command MACOM senior intelligence officer SIO and supporting judge advocate on appropriateness and applicable policy regarding the proposed surveil- lance.
Information about US persons may be collected, retained, or dissem- inated only if authorized under procedures 2, 3, or 4. Signal Authorized for Use a.
No report or log may identify any United States person or entity except to the extent of identifying trans- mission facilities that are vulnerable to surveillance by foreign powers. DoD Directive Cited in pro- cedure 1, section B, and procedure 2, sec- tions C. The Air Force Intelligence Service. Public broadcasts, distress signals, or official United States Government communications may be monitored, provided that when government agency communications are monitored, the consent of an ap- directvie official is obtained.
C ase approval authority. Describe nature and content of conversations expected to be intercepted. This procedure does not apply to experimentation on animai subjects. Full justification as required in the relevant procedures will be included. Nothing in this Order shall be construed to apply to or interfere with any au- thorized civil or criminal law enforcement responsibility of any department or agency. When used to describe a place, the term shall include the territories under the sover- eignty of the United States.
Information maintained in the indices must be Communications concerning a United States direcive are those in which the United Directiev person is identified in the communication. Criteria for Retention 1. Cited in procedure 12, section A. An organization reasonably believed to be owned or controlled, directly or indirectly, by a foreign power; c. Cited in procedure 3, section D. Case approval periods — 4. The proponent agency of this regulation is the Office of the Assistant Chief of Staff for Intelligence.
The indices will contain the following information to the extent known: Persons within DoD investigative jurisdic- tion. This does not preclude the collection of information about such persons, volun- teered by cooperating sources participating in organi- zations to which such persons belong, however, if other- wise permitted by Procedure 2.
The term also does not include any intrusion authorized as necessary to accomplish lawful electronic surveillance conducted pursuant to Parts 1 and 2 of Procedure 5. Interception means the acquisition by the United States Signals Intelligence system through electronic means of a nonpublic communication to which it is not an intended party, and the processing of the contents of that communication into an intelligible form but not including the display of signals on visual display devices intended to permit the examination of the technical characteristics of the signals without reference to the information content carried by the signals.
HALLITE PDF Such activities may incidentally involve the collection of information concerning United States persons without their consent, or may involve communications originated or intended for receipt in the United States, without the consent of a party thereto. Unconsented physical searches of non-US per- sons outside the United States may be approved by the following officials: A person employed by, assigned to, or acting for an agency within the intelligence com- munity, including contractors and persons otherwise acting at the direction of such an agency.
The use of such countermeasures has been au- thorized or consented to by the official in charge of the facility, organization, or installation where the coun- termeasures are to be undertaken; 2. If a cooperating source furnishes infor- mation to an intelligence agency which he or she ob- tained by participation within an organization but was not given prior direction or tasking by the intelligence agency to collect such information, then such partici- pation was not on behalf of such agency.
Estimate the expected duration of the sur- veillance. Additional limitations are imposed in Pro- cedures 5 through 10 on the use of specific collection techniques. Cooperating sources means persons or organi- zations that knowingly and voluntarily provide infor- mation to DoD intelligence components, or access to information, at the request of such components or on their own initiative. TOP Related Posts.
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