This GCHQ research paper from 6 November 2009 outlines what kinds of data the agency can extract from internet radio stations and their listenership, grouped by country: see the Intercept article Profiled: From Radio to Porn, British Spies Track Web Users’ Online Identities, 25 September 2015.
This June 2012 NSA presentation describes methods to exfiltrate data, even from networks that are apparently offline: see the Der Spiegel article The Digital Arms Race: NSA Preps America for Future Battle, 17 January 2015.
This GCHQ research paper dated 12 November 2010 discuss some of the agency’s attacks against iPhone handsets: see the Der Spiegel article The Digital Arms Race: NSA Preps America for Future Battle, 17 January 2015.
Awarded on 15 November 2014
Sweden’s civic association Ordfront has awarded Edward Snowden its annual Democracy prize (Ordfronts Demokratipris). Edward Snowden spoke by video link at the awards ceremony in Umeå alongside Glenn Greenwald, Brian Palmer of Uppsala University and Anna Wigenmark of the Ordfront board.
Six slides from a 28 May 2010 GCHQ presentation on intercepting mobile phone data, describing the agency’s many tools for compromising individual handsets and weaknesses within national networks and international roaming exchanges (GRXs). Note that these are the first versions of these documents to be released online: see the Guardian article NSA and GCHQ target ‘leaky’ phone apps like Angry Birds to scoop user data, 27 January 2014.
This NSA presentation from May 2010 describes the kinds of information the agency can extract from smartphone traffic, describing the use of mobile apps as a “golden nugget”. Note that this is the first version of this document released online: see the Pro Publica article Spy Agencies Probe Angry Birds and Other Apps for Personal Data, 27 January 2014.