January 7, 2014
Linked is a NY Times story about a group of anti-Vietnam War activists’ 1971 break-in into a Pennsylvania FBI office, and break-in they got away with. The documents they seized exposed FBI illegal surveillance under the reign of J. Edgar Hoover — some have now revealed their identities and say they share a kinship with Edward Snowden’s whistleblowing about NSA surveillance.
September 29, 2013
NY Times report: “The spy agency [NSA} began allowing the analysis of phone call and e-mail logs in November 2010 to examine Americans’ networks of associations for foreign intelligence purposes after N.S.A. officials lifted restrictions on the practice, according to documents provided by Edward J. Snowden, the former N.S.A. contractor…” (Link below)