The NSA would have had a much more difficult time spying on Americans were it not for the comfortable, chummy partnership the government forged with AT&T, say new documents released by Edward Snowden.
AT&T worked closely with the government and ensured the agency had access to emails and call records for a period spanning decades.
Snowden’s bombshell revelations exploded two years ago. The shock and awe campaign is over. Since then, a trickle of information continues to flow like lava — slowly, but still searingly hot — with new and unsettling revelations. The latest comes from the New York Times, which was privy to more documents shared by Snowden.