Reference: Electronic Frontier Foundation Introduces “Compendium of NSA Spying Documents”
The [Compendium of NSA Spying Documents] chart attempts to compile all of the [primary source] documents released by the newspapers and the government, with the exception of Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court orders.
It lists the date of publication, the original source and a short description of the contents. The key documents will also be toggled on our timeline of NSA spying.
Our NSA Spying resource was created last year and is intended to serve as a comprehensive public resource. It links EFF’s lawsuits challenging the spying, includes an understanding of the NSA’s domestic surveillance programs, provides an interactive timeline, and discusses word games the intelligence community uses.
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