PRISM/US-984XN Overview: The SIGAD Used Most in NSA Reporting

Title

PRISM/US-984XN Overview: The SIGAD Used Most in NSA Reporting

Subject

PRISM case notations

Description

This document is a selection of slides from an internal NSA presentation describing the PRISM program. This program involved mining internet metadata directly from the servers from nine leading U.S. Internet companies. The NSA's partners in this program are: Microsoft (since 2007), Yahoo! (since 2008), Google (since 2009), facebook (since 2009), Paltalk (since 2009), YouTube (since 2010), Skype (since 2011), AOL (since 2011) and Apple (since 2012). These slides describe the program's support of "same-day" FBI collaboration, the PRISM tasking process and operational workflow of the program, as well as information describing the notation structure for PRISM Case Notations.

Creator

National Security Agency - Special Source Operations

Publisher

Le Monde

Relation

Snowden

Language

en

Date:Created

2013-04

Source:Classification

ORCON

Source:Redactions

Presenters name removed

Report:Creator

Glenn Greenwald

NumPages

11

CreatorOffice

NSA

Date:Leaked

2013-10-21

Distribution

NOFORN

Surveillance Programs

PRISM

Collection

Citation

National Security Agency - Special Source Operations, “PRISM/US-984XN Overview: The SIGAD Used Most in NSA Reporting,” Snowden Archive, accessed July 4, 2022, https://grid.glendon.yorku.ca/items/show/25.

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