This undated dictionary produced by NSA Special Source Operations, provides glosses for several terms associated with the corporate partner FAIRVIEW, including the AT&T-specific term ‘SNRC’: see the New York Times article AT&T Helped U.S. Spy on Internet on a Vast Scale, 15 August 2015.
These classified annexes to the Obama administration’s Cyberspace Policy Review were not published with the rest of the report in May 2009 and acknowledge that cyber defence initiatives have civil liberties implications: see the New York Times article Hunting for Hackers, N.S.A. Secretly Expands Internet Spying at U.S. Border, 4 June 2015.
This collection of 13 spreadsheets illustrates the relationship between GCHQ and various ministries within the UK government and that agency’s work is by no means restricted to matters of national security, but also extends to domestic issues: see the Intercept article Controversial GCHQ Unit Engaged in Domestic Law Enforcement, Online Propaganda, Psychology Research, 22 June 2015.
This extract from the US Intelligence Community’s Congressional Budget Justification for the Fiscal Year 2013 (the “Black Budget”) provides the budget for GENIE the project “which underpins NSA/CSS’ Computer Network Operations (CNO) Endpoint capabilities conducted by the Tailored Access Operations (TAO) Group: see the Der Spiegel article The Digital Arms Race: NSA Preps America for Future Battle, 17 January 2015.
This 4-page excerpt from the 2013 Black Budget describes the two elements of NSA’s Foreign Partner Access operations – RAMPART-A and WINSTSTOP – together with their funding: see the Intercept article How Secret Partners Expand NSA’s Surveillance Dragnet, 18 June 2014.
This undated presentation from the NSA’s Special Source Operations division shows that the agency’s ability to intercept key communications infrastructure is dependent on corporate relationships, several of which can be identified using information given in this document: see the Guardian article Snowden document reveals key role of companies in NSA data collection, 1 November 2013.
An outline for the SIGINT Enabling project, which aims to “influence and/or overtly leverage” the design of commercial IT products. A small section of this document was later un-redacted by The Intercept: see the ProPublica article Revealed: The NSA’s Secret Campaign to Crack, Undermine Internet Security, 5 September 2013.