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[[Ficheiro:UKUSA Map.svg|350px|thumbnail|Países membros do Tratado]]
 
 
Originalmente, o tratado era restrito ao Reino Unido e aos Estados Unidos, tendo sido assinado em março de [[1946]]; posteriormente foi permitida a inclusão dos demais países. Este Tratado era tão secreto que foi mantido sob sigilo dos [[Primeiro-ministro da Austrália|primeiro-ministros da Austrália]] até [[1973]]. O tratado formalizou a [[Carta do Atlântico]], assinado em [[1941]], antes da entrada americana na [[Segunda Guerra Mundial]], que visava a partilha de informação secreta entre os Estados Unidos e a e Grã-Bretanha.
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The is an agreement or treaty that established an alliance of five English-speaking countries for the purpose of sharing intelligence, especially [[signals intelligence]]. The alliance comprises Australia, Canada, New Zealand, the United Kingdom and the United States. This agreement started as an extension of the historic [[1943_BRUSA_Agreement|BRUSA Agreement]].
 
{{Referências}}
The community is derived from an intelligence sharing agreement between the United Kingdom and the United States signed immediately following the Second World War to capitalize on intelligence relationships built up during that conflict. This formalized the intelligence sharing agreement in the [[Atlantic charter]], signed in 1941, before the entry of the U.S. into the conflict.<ref>''The Puppet Masters'', John Hughes-Wilson, Cassell, London, 2004.</ref>
 
== {{Ver também}} ==
== Collection mechanisms ==
* [[Revelações da Vigilância global (1970–2013)]]
The UKUSA alliance is often associated with the [[ECHELON]] system; however, processed intelligence is reliant on multiple sources of information and the intelligence shared is not restricted to [[signals intelligence]].
* [[Edward Snowden]]
 
* [[PRISM]]
== Global coverage ==
* [[Echelon]]
Each member of the UKUSA alliance is officially assigned lead responsibility for intelligence collection and analysis in different parts of the globe.
* [[NSA]]
 
=== Australia ===
Australia hunts for communications originating in [[Indochina]], [[Indonesia]] and southern China.
 
=== Canada ===
Formerly the northern portions of the former [[Soviet Union]] and conducting sweeps of all communications traffic that could be picked up from embassies around the world. In the post-[[Cold War]] era, a greater emphasis has been placed on monitoring satellite, radio and cellphone traffic originating from Central and South America, primarily in an effort to track drugs and non-aligned paramilitary groups in the region.
 
=== New Zealand ===
[[Image:Waihopai.jpg|thumb|right|The Waihopai Valley Facility—base of the New Zealand branch of the ECHELON Program.]]
New Zealand is responsible for the western [[Pacific ocean|Pacific]]. She maintains listening posts in the [[South Island]] at [[GCSB Waihopai|Waihopai Valley]] just south-west of [[Blenheim, New Zealand|Blenheim]], and on the [[North Island]] at [[GCSB Tangimoana|Tangimoana]].
 
=== United Kingdom ===
Europe and Russia west of the [[Urals]] as well as Africa.
 
=== United States ===
Monitors most of Latin America, Asia, Asiatic Russia and northern China.
 
== {{Ver também}} ==
* [[Revelações da Vigilância global (1970–2013)]]
* [[Revelações da Vigilância Global (2013–presente)]]
* [[Edward Snowden]]
* [[PRISM]]
* [[Echelon]]
* [[NSA]]
* [[Vigilância de Computadores e Redes]]
* [[ABCA Armies]]
* [[The Technical Cooperation Program (TTCP)]]
* [[Combined Communications Electronics Board]]
 
'''Related:'''
* [[Anglosphere]]
* [[Commonwealth of Nations]]
 
 
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== Bibliografia ==
* ''Secret Power, New Zealand's Role in the International Spy Network''; Craig Potton Publishing, Nelson, NZ; ISBN 0-908802-35-8; 1996 ([http://www.filefactory.com/?d895a8 ONLINE EDITION])
* Whitaker, Reginald. ''Cold War Alchemy: How America, Britain, and Canada Transformed Espionage into Subversion'' in Intelligence and National Security.
 
 
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