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[school-discuss] CIA, NSA, Children, &c

The Central Intelligence Agency is aiming at
getting kids interested in doing their kind
of work at an early age:


So is the National Security Agency:


I can't help thinking of the government-organized
and children-oriented group called the "Spies" in
Orwell's _Nineteen Eighty-Four_ . . . .

By contrast, the Defense Intelligence Agency
doesn't seem to be focused on anyone younger
than college-bound high school students:


At what grade level should cryptology be
introduced into the curriculum? How about
wire-tapping (with or without warrants)?
How about water-boarding?

Any thoughts?