The CIA reportedly reads up to 5 million tweets per day
Anna Shanks/REX/Shutterstock The agency might be monitoring your Facebook feed, too, according to a report by the Associated Press. Why, you ask? Agents apparently like to stay up-to-date on the public’s reactions to world events. Other surveillance methods include TVs, iPhones, Androids, and computers running Windows, macOS, and Linux. If that makes you paranoid, find out the secrets the FBI doesn’t want you to know next.
They have a secret museum—but no one is allowed inside
Located at the CIA headquarters in Langley, Virginia, the 11,000-square foot museum houses fascinating (yet failed) projects like dragonfly drones, robotic fish, and pigeon-mounted cameras. But there’s one catch: Only agency members and cleared guests are allowed inside. For that reason, it’s been dubbed “the best museum you’ll never get to see”—and even the museum’s budget is classified. Speaking of botched projects, the CIA once tried to turn cats into secret agents.