When the CIA gets the CIA’s way, you can watch TV series on the Tor network

When the CIA gets the CIA’s way, you can watch TV series on the Tor network

The CIA has been quietly using a Tor browser-based VPN service called TorGuard to secretly stream content online for years.

But now, the CIA has apparently started using TorGuard, too, allowing users to watch shows, movies, and other content on the service anonymously.

TorGuard’s creators have denied that the CIA is using Torguard to spy on Americans.

But the fact that the NSA uses TorGuard and other Tor-based services to spy, too…

That’s an uncomfortable situation for the CIA and its allies.

In fact, the agency’s use of TorGuard is part of a larger trend of the intelligence community using hidden services and other technologies to spy online.

As Ars has previously reported, the NSA and its U.S. Cyber Command partners have been using Tor to spy through TorGuard since 2011, including a program called Project Tor.

That program was reportedly used to intercept emails sent to WikiLeaks, and the NSA has been using the program to intercept encrypted messages from other countries.

Tor, TorGuard are just two examples of hidden services, but many other services are being used to spy.

In October, the National Security Agency revealed that it had tapped into a VPN service known as SSTP, which uses the Tor browser to hide its users’ IP address.

The NSA also reportedly used TorGuard in its efforts to spy at the end of 2016, just months after a new NSA surveillance program called Tailored Access Operations was launched.

Tor’s popularity as a VPN has grown in recent years.

As the Intercept reported in March, Tor was used by more than 200,000 people to access the Tor hidden services service.

And in July, Tor became the second-most-used anonymizing technology on the Internet, behind only the Tor Browser.

That growth in popularity has raised concerns about the use of VPN services by U.N. agencies and their allies.

Last year, the U.K. Parliament passed a law making it illegal to use VPNs by members of the United Nations or other international bodies.

This week, a U.G. parliamentarian criticized U.C. Berkeley, a Berkeley campus, for using Tor.

Tor uses a peer-to-peer network, meaning that people connected to each other through a VPN can connect to each others’ computers.

This creates a layer of security, since people can’t eavesdrop on each other.

But because Tor relies on the network to encrypt the traffic, people can still track who is connected to who.

“We think that the Berkeley student who used Tor has no expectation of privacy at all,” the lawmaker, Caroline Lucas, wrote in a letter to the university.

“This is because Tor is a network.

The person who uses Tor has a connection to the Internet.

If they had no expectation whatsoever that their connection would be being monitored by a surveillance agency, they would not use Tor.”