OTTAWA—Intelligence agencies are generally poorly understood in our societies. The agencies themselves are partly to blame since they shroud themselves in secrecy, albeit for good reasons. In addition, public perception is at fault, partly due to the assumption by many that spies are nefarious creatures at heart and partly due to the often highly inaccurate Hollywood portrayal of these agencies. Suffice to say that CSIS, the CIA, and others are not usually seen in a positive light.
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