It’s been years since whistleblower Edward Snowden first pulled back the curtains on the NSA’s mass surveillance program, and we still haven’t seen the entire trove of documents he discovered. Today, a new cache is being made available to the public. The Intercept has released the first of several installments of internal newsletters from the NSA’s Signals Intelligence Directorate (SID) division. The entire set of newsletters, titled SIDToday, spans more than a decade beginning after the 9/11 terror attack in 2001. The first set contains 166 documents from 2003 and is available to download from a special section on The…

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