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CIA-Funded Software Company Manages Private Data For
10-25-2013, 09:53 PM,
CIA-Funded Software Company Manages Private Data For
CIA-Funded Software Company Manages Private Data For
Posted By kit On October 24, 2013 @ 3:34 pm In Big Brother,Featured Stories,Tile

In-Q-Tel made “strategic investment” into software company involved in Obamacare enrollment
Kit Daniels
October 24, 2013

A software company funded by the Central Intelligence Agency is managing data on, the Obamacare insurance exchange website.
The CIA spies on the American people.

In-Q-Tel, the CIA’s venture capital firm, invested heavily into Socrata, the software company who provides data collection and management for

Through a press release, Socrata announced a “strategic investment and technology development agreement with In-Q-Tel (IQT), the independent strategic investment firm that identifies innovative technology solutions to support the missions of the U.S. Intelligence Community.”

“Under the agreement, IQT will make a strategic investment in Socrata,” the press release states. “The two entities will work together to further develop Socrata’s data consumerization platform for internal business analysts in data-rich organizations.”

“Users of Socrata’s technologies can transform raw data from multiple sources into more sophisticated and useful resources.”
In other words, Socrata will work with the CIA and other intelligence agencies to transform raw data into a format easily utilized and accessible to the intelligence community.

The CIA’s interest in Socrata is crystal clear considering that the Department of Health and Human Services is establishing a centralized Federal Data Services Hub, a comprehensive database of Americans’ private information made available to multiple federal entities. captures the personal data provided during the Obamacare enrollment process for this spy grid database.
In-Q-Tel has been investing in firms developing data mining technologies for years.
In the early 2000s, In-Q-Tel invested in Keyhole Inc., the company that developed 3D “flyby” images of buildings and terrain from geospatial data collected by satellites.

Google later purchased Keyhole in 2004 and rolled its technology into Google Earth.

Around the same time, the Director of Technology Assessment at In-Q-Tel, Rob Painter, left his position to become the Senior Federal Manager at Google.
A former CIA case officer, Robert Steele, said that Google is “in bed with” the CIA.
Facebook also received funding through Accel Partners, a venture capital firm with ties to In-Q-Tel and the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency.
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