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Russian Spies in the US Using Very "American" Sounding Family Names in Online Spying Strategies

March 21, 2012 | Comments: 0 | Views: 205

Perhaps you remember last year when they caught the Russian spies in New Jersey, New York, Boston, and outside DC. The FBI arrested them, and found they had used the social networks to influence others, and infiltrate our high-tech colleges in order to gain information. They were all over MIT, and attempting to connect with people who were high ranking folks working on the latest and greatest research and development. Now then, you may think all that is ancient history, after all, the spies were caught and sent them packing - or rather traded for CIA spies caught in Russia. However, there is a lot more to this story, and if you have a few moments I like to discuss this with you.

You see, there are over 1500 Russian spies in our country, and now that Putin is back in power, and one of the spies who was caught went on a glamor tour in Russia and became somewhat of a national hero. This has caused other Russians to join their spy network, and helped them recruit from a larger number of very smart and talented people within their country. If you think that their tactics of using social networks, or figuring out a way to get in with those working on special research projects, or even military black projects are over, you'd be wrong. They are still at it.

Catching seven Russian spies in the United States is good work, but it's merely a start considering the huge number of individuals in our country. Luckily, we can now use the social networks to help find them. Their tactics should not surprise anyone, nor are they unique. Other spies from other nations are doing the same thing. Some are corporate espionage spies, and others are military spies, or looking to influence our government. There is a lot at stake, and they can cause a lot of changes by getting close to influential individuals.

And don't be surprised if they are using very American names. Obviously, they use fake identities, and they use names which are culturally accepted, and appear to be high-class, almost blue blood family sir names. How do you think I know this? Well, I run a think tank and it becomes fairly obvious to me when someone is blowing smoke, and out fishing for information. Some of this of course is just curious minds of high intelligence, but not all of it can be explained away so easily.

If we think that catching those spies last year means that we are safe now, we'd be kidding ourselves. These folks are out and about, they are in every state, and they are doing harm to our country, and stealing our proprietary information, intellectual property, and trade secrets. Indeed I hope you will please consider all this and think on it.

Lance Winslow has launched a new provocative series of eBooks on privacy and intellectual property Internet Risks. Lance Winslow is a retired Founder of a Nationwide Franchise Chain, and now runs the Online Think Tank;

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