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New Document Dump Designed to 'Broaden Access' to Snowden Archive


New Document Dump Designed to 'Broaden Access' to Snowden Archive

Jon Queally, staff writer

Deeming their release "in the public interest," The Intercept on Monday published a large, download-ready batch of NSA internal document leaked by whistleblower Edward Snowden.


That would be a good start!


Thanks again to Edward Snowden for the release of these materials, and to the Intercept for picking through it and organizing it for dissemination (a task I would never attempt). And thanks to CD for headlining this news. Well done all!


After how many years now? And where is the rest of the archive? People might be excused for thinking you held onto the stuff until nobody cared any more and Congress had passed bills that made the Snowden documents irrelevant. But at least we have the assurance that you are working with the NSA on this - wouldn't want y'all to get too whistle-blower there and give us information without governmental approval.


Ya, it's about time.

Some of the people in the technology world have been complaining vociferously about information being released years later that they needed to see up front, instead of the piecemeal redacted stuff that they were trying to decipher in various articles as they dribbled out.