Trying to keep up with all the leaked documents from NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden? Now you can. The Electronic Frontier Foundation has put together a handy repository of every single one, for you to peruse at your paranoid leisure.
There is a ton of stuff here, from the early slides showing that the NSA was trying to spy on traffic going through major service providers like Google and Skype, to even more revealing and wonky stuff like the intelligence agency's annual budget. Here's a snippet of that, from a couple of years ago:
This is your chance to pore over all the documents, and draw your own conclusions. You owe it to yourself as a citizen of whatever country you're in.
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