As opposition sectors are continuing the strategy of destabilization meant to eventually topple the Bolivarian government with violent protests while rejecting dialogue, it seems opportune to recall how U.S. intelligence agencies have targeted Venezuela for at least 10 years, according to an NSA document from 2007 leaked by former CIA employee and NSA contractor Edward Snowden.
IN THE EARLY months of 2003, the National Security Agency saw demand for its services spike as a new war in Iraq, as well as ongoing and profound changes in how people used the internet, added to a torrent of new agency work related to the war on terror, according to a review of 166 articles from a restricted agency newsletter.
The Intercept today is releasing the first three months of SIDtoday, March 31 through the end of June 2003, using files provided by NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden. In addition, we are releasing any subsequent 2003 installments of SIDtoday series that began during this period. The files are available for download here.
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