Snowden Archive

Canadian Journalists for Free Expression – This Archive is a complete collection of all documents that former NSA contractor Edward Snowden leaked in June 2013 to journalists Laura Poitras, Glenn Greenwald and Ewen MacAskill, and subsequently were published by news media, such as The Guardian, The New York Times, The Washington Post, Der Spiegel, Le Monde, El Mundo and The Intercept. The leaked documents and their coverage have raised significant public concerns and had a major impact on intelligence policy debates internationally over issues of freedom of expression, privacy, national security and democratic governance more broadly.

The Archive also contains some documents that the U.S. Government has published which are helpful in understanding the leaked documents. The Archive does not contain any documents that have not already been published in other sources.

The approximately 400 documents currently in the Archive are a small fraction of the estimated 50,000 documents Snowden turned over. Most of these will likely not be published, but as new documents are published, they will be added to the Archive.

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Surveillance Self-Defense: Tips, Tools and How-tos for Safer Online Communications

logoA project of the Electronic Frontier Foundation – Modern technology has given the powerful new abilities to eavesdrop and collect data on innocent people. Surveillance Self-Defense is EFF’s guide to defending yourself and your friends from surveillance by using secure technology and developing careful practices. Select an article from our index to learn about a tool or issue, or check out one of our playlists to take a guided tour through a new set of skills.


Access My Info tool

OpenMedia_200x124It was recently revealed that in 2011 over 780,000 Canadians’ personal information was disclosed by telecom providers to the government. You may have been among them.

This tool helps you learn about the information that your telecom provider collected about you and what it could potentially disclose to third parties. Under Canadian privacy law, your telecom provider is LEGALLY OBLIGED to respond to requests sent using this tool.

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