translated from Spanish: Subsec. Of the Interior reported that the Big Data report «was not commissioned, nor by the Government»

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Through a statement, he reported that «this analysis, which uses big data technology, was made available to the National Intelligence Agency (ANI), an entity that has an obligation to ensure the reservation of its sources of information. That institution, as appropriate, brought that document to the attention of the Government».

The Undersecretariat of the Interior disassociated itself from the Big Data report released this weekend, which deals with the protests in the country since 18 October. In a statement, Interior stated that «the report was not commissioned or carried out by the Government of Chile, nor financed from public resources.» This analysis, which uses big data technology, was made available to the National Intelligence Agency (ANI), an entity that has an obligation to ensure the reservation of its sources of information. That institution, as appropriate, brought the above document to the attention,» the document details. The undersecretariat stated that «this study, which includes information from open sources, was made available to the National Prosecutor’s Office to contribute to the analysis and for the purposes that the agency considered relevant». This type of study is an effective and commonly used methodology in intelligence communities for the analysis of large volumes of information. In this case, this is context information about what happened in Chile as of October 18, 2019,» the brief concludes.



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