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November 5, 2016

As the world continues its battle to end terrorism, why haven't the world's intelligence agencies started willingly sharing counter-terrorism information?

Currently, NATO has their hands full keeping the 28 NATO member countries up to date on raw, real-time terror risks, alerts, and threats.  However, it is becoming readily apparent they cannot do it all.  Even with help from the US sharing real-time, raw information with our allies in Britain, Canada, Australia and New Zealand, it is evident that the information stops there.  However, it's not NATO's responsibility alone, let's not forget that Britain and France have their very own invasive domestic surveillance intelligence agencies.  

We now live in an era where ISIS and other terror organizations have been allowed the time and freedom to increase their sharing capabilities, via burn phones, encrypted mobile texting apps, and chat-rooms.  Allowing them...

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