Reciprocity: Anonymous Leaks NSA Documents

Abby Zimet

Anonymous has dumped a trove of NSA documents on the newly-infamous Prism surveillance program and on “GIG,” or Global Information Grid, a file-sharing network to “facilitate widespread sharing of trusted information and rapid adaptation of forces to changing mission needs.” Though some documents, dating to 2008 when Prism reportedly began, may already have been publicly available, the leak was meant as a timely reminder that data collection goes both ways.

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