A joint project between Canadian Journalists for Free Expression and the Politics of Surveillance Project at the Faculty of Information at the University of Toronto has now released an online database of hundreds of classified U.S. government documents that Edward Snowden leaked to the media in 2013. It is the first time the leaked documents have been indexed and made fully searchable online.
The Canadian Journalists for Free Expression announcement said the Snowden Archive is a resource that offers journalists, researchers and concerned citizens insight into government surveillance practices. “The archive can help everyone learn more about how our governments are watching us all.”
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