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U.S. Intel Agencies Use Social Media to Track Militant Groups

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U.S. Intel Agencies Use Social Media to Track Militant Groups

by WSJ Live 2:04 mins

The U.S. Defense Intelligence Agency, which monitors foreign military movements, is more and more relying on "open source" information on social media sites to bolster its evidence against bad international actors.

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