British Intelligence Agency Recruits Via Twitter And Facebook

British Intelligence Agency Recruits Via Twitter And Facebook
technology

Utilizing gaming techniques, the GCHQ has targeted potential experts with a mysterious code that they are asked to crack.

Liz Walsh
  • 2 december 2011

It’s not the first time that GCHQ, the British intelligence agency, has appealed to talent via the gaming world. In 2009, it placed content in video games like Assassin’s Creed and Call of Duty. In 2007, digital posters appeared in online games such as Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six: Vegas and Splinter Cell Double Agent.

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