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Italiani brava gente (e pessimi 007)

Secondo questo articolo del Guardian il GCHQ (l'agenzia britannica che si occupa di SIGINT, cioè di spionaggio elettronico, in pratica la longa manus della NSA in Europa) collabora con i servizi dei principali paesi europei e, nei suoi rapporti, ha stilato una specie di pagella degli altri 007. Gli italiani, per non smentirsi, sono gli ultimi.

In the score-card of European allies, it appears to be the Italians who come off the worse. GCHQ expresses frustration with the internal friction between Italian agencies and the legal limits on their activities. "GCHQ has had some CT [counter-terrorism] and internet-focused discussions with both the foreign intelligence agency (AISE) and the security service (AISI), but has found the Italian intelligence community to be fractured and unable/unwilling to cooperate with one another," the report said. A follow-up bulletin six months later noted that GCHQ was "awaiting a response from AISI on a recent proposal for cooperation – the Italians had seemed keen, but legal obstacles may have been hindering their ability to commit."

Insomma sembra la barzelletta dell'inferno tedesco/inferno italiano. La cialtronaggine, una volta tanto, forse ci ha salvato dai guai.

Guardian, Wikipedia

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