Censored SIDtoday File Release

Snowden Archive — The SIDtoday Files

From the post:

The Intercept’s first SIDtoday release comprises 166 articles, including all articles published between March 31, 2003, when SIDtoday began, and June 30, 2003, plus installments of all article series begun during this period through the end of the year. Major topics include the National Security Agency’s role in interrogations, the Iraq War, the war on terror, new leadership in the Signals Intelligence Directorate, and new, popular uses of the internet and of mobile computing devices.

Along with this batch, we are publishing the stories featured below, which explain how and why we’re releasing these documents, provide an overview of SIDtoday as a publication, report on one especially newsworthy set of revelations, and round up other interesting tidbits from the files.

There are a series of related stories with this initial release:

The Intercept is Broadening Access to the Snowden Archive. Here’s Why by Glenn Greenwald.

NSA Closely Involved in Guantánamo Interrogations, Documents Show by Cora Currier.

The Most Intriguing Spy Stories From 166 Internal NSA Reports by Micah Lee, Margot Williams.

What It’s Like to Read the NSA’s Newspaper for Spies by Peter Maass.

How We Prepared the NSA’s Sensitive Internal Reports for Release by The Intercept.

A master zip file has all the SIDtoday files released thus far.

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