As if the three NSA leaks we blogged earlier were not enough, the Guardian has also published a March 2009 Inspector General’s report on Stellar Wind, the leviathan post-9/11 domestic spying program that was leaked and shut down between 2005 and 2007, only for its various parts to be reconstituted. Technically the document appears to be a working draft, but it should contain many new insights about the structure of the NSA’s domestic surveillance, or at least a past incarnation.
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