WASHINGTON – If you seen bugs than checked they are real of Insctothopter because C.I.A. can track you activities with robo bugs.
Yes world leading spy agency just mock (or face) that with a tweet.
— CIA (@CIA) October 7, 2014
#Insectothopter was developed by CIA’s Office of Research and Development in the 1970s.
In July U.S. agenecy tweeted that messages on his twitter account.
‘No we don’t know where Tupac is,’ one of a stream of Twitter posts read Monday.
Another read: ‘No, we don’t know your password, so we can’t send it to you. #sorrynotsorry’
The CIA then apologized for not following back Ellen DeGeneres, but added to the talkshow star, ‘If you visit us maybe we can take a selfie?’
Another revealed that ‘YES. We’re hiring’ for those keen to join the ranks.
The CIA entered the Twittersphere last June in the tongue-in-cheek fashion that it has clearly upheld. Such an approach to public relations is rare for government departments or agencies, particularly the covert CIA.
The spy agency’s first foray took the social network by storm as it poked fun at its secrecy.
‘We can neither confirm nor deny that this is our first tweet,’ the CIA tweeted.
The tweet was retweeted more than 300,000 times.
The CIA also launched its official Facebook page, which is more akin to the sober outlets of other government agencies.