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Leaked NSA documents will be stored in public database

04
Apr
2014

All of the documents detailing the National Security Agencys various surveillance programs released since The Guardian first broke the story back in June are now searchable in a database, the American Civil Liberties Union announced today. Now, with newfound access to these records, we can educate ourselves about the true nature and scope of government surveillance in its many forms. The documents range from orders from the secret Foreign Intelligence Service Court to memos from the desk of former attorney general John Ashcroft, to the now-infamous PowerPoint slides explaining the PRISM surveillance program. The text of the documents is fully searchable, and there are filters to sort by type of surveillance, legal authorities involved, and purpose of the surveillance.

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