Also an Amiga group founded on Stord, Norway in the beginning of the nineties. Was locally famous for their lack of knowledge in the Amiga scene, as only a few of the 50+ members knew much more than how to use XCopy Pro to copy games.

CIA was an acronym for "Crackers International Association", but was changed to "Computerusers International Association" when the members realized that

1) Cracking was beginning to get a bad rep
2) None of the members had the faintest idea how cracking actually was done

CIA managed to get economic support from the local government though, to help fund some arrangements. These were tournaments, mainly in the game "Kick Off 2".

In 1997 the interest faded, the members had "grown up" and CIA was disbanded. The money the group had amassed was given to charity.

CIA may not have made the biggest impact on the Amiga scene, but the members had jolly good fun while it lasted.