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Electronic intelligence

Here are entered works on the collection and processing, for subsequent intelligence purposes, of information derived primarily from electronic signals that do not contain speech or text. Works on tracking, analyzing, and countering digital security threats are entered under Cyber intelligence (Computer security).

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Broader terms:Used for:
  • Electronic spying
  • ELINT (Electronic intelligence)
  • Intelligence, Electronic
Filed under: Electronic intelligence

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