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Interception Capabilities 2000

 

Report to the Director General for Research of the European Parliament (Scientific and Technical Options Assessment programme office) on the development of surveillance technology and risk of abuse of economic information.

This study considers the state of the art in Communications intelligence (Comint) of automated processing for intelligence purposes of intercepted broadband multi-language leased or common carrier systems, and its applicability to Comint targeting and selection, including speech recognition.

Report by : Duncan Campbell, IPTV Ltd
Edinburgh, Scotland: April, 1999

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Contents Summary Report
Recommendations Technical annexe Notes

Illustration: 30 metre antennae at the Composite Signals Organisation Station, Morwenstow, England,
intercepting communications from Atlantic Ocean and Indian Ocean regional satellites. (D Campbell)


STOA Report Front Page and Publication Data

 

STOA Report Front Page EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT

Scientific and Technological Assessment
STOA

DEVELOPMENT OF SURVEILLANCE TECHNOLOGY AND RISK OF ABUSE OF ECONOMIC INFORMATION

(An appraisal of technologies for political control)

Part 4/4: The state of the art in Communications Intelligence (COMINT) of automated processing for intelligence purposes of intercepted broadband multi-language leased or common carrier systems, and its applicability to COMINT targeting and selection, including speech recognition

Working document for the STOA Panel

Luxemburg, April 1999 PE 168.184/Part3/4

Directorate General for Research


Cataloguing data:  
Title:

DEVELOPMENT OF SURVEILLANCE TECHNOLOGY AND RISK OF ABUSE OF ECONOMIC INFORMATION (An appraisal of technologies for political control)

Part 4/4: The state of the art in Communications Intelligence (COMINT) of automated processing for intelligence purposes of intercepted broadband multi-language leased or common carrier systems, and its applicability to COMINT targeting and selection, including speech recognition

Publisher:

European Parliament
Directorate General for Research
Directorate A
The STOA Programme

Author: Duncan Campbell - IPTV Ltd - Edinburgh
Editor: Mr. Dick Holdsworth 
Head of STOA Unit
Date: April 1999
PE Number: PE 168.184 / Part 4/4


This document does not necessarily represent the views of the European Parliament


The Directorate General for Research of the European Parliament and the author are

willing for copies of this report to be reproduced or "mirrored" provided that (1) all such

publication is entirely non-commercial and that neither the report nor any part thereof is

offered for commercial sale or re-sale, in any form whatsoever; (2) that the entire report

is included, together with the STOA front page, this statement, the publication data and

the cover page; (3) that the contents or any part of them are not altered or edited in any

way; (4) the European Parliament and the author are acknowledged; (5) it is clear in any

re-publication that this report does not necessarily represent the views of the European

Parliament. It is a working document of the Scientific and Technological Options

Assessment Panel of the European Parliament.

 

Further information or other reports on the same topic may be obtained from the European

Parliament, Luxembourg: http://www.europarl.eu.int/dg4/stoa/en. The author's home page is

at http://www.gn.apc.org/duncan. If you are posting links to others, please link to this page


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