British - U.S. Communications Intelligence Agreement Memo

Title

British - U.S. Communications Intelligence Agreement Memo

Subject

Second Party Surveillance

Description

This document is an extract from a draft 2005 directive created in the name of the NSA's director of signals intelligence. It describes the British - U.S. Communications Intelligence Agreement of 5 March 1946, which establishes broad cooperation between the intelligence agencies of the United States and the United Kingdom. It also describes policies enabling unilaterial COMINT action by both countries againt the other's citizens and persons.

Creator

National Security Agency

Publisher

The Guardian

Relation

Snowden

Language

en

Date:Created

2005

Source:Classification

SI

Source:Redactions

None

Report:Creator

James Ball

NumPages

4

CreatorOffice

NSA

Date:Leaked

2013-11-20

Distribution

NOFORN

Surveillance Programs

British - U.S. Communications Intelligence Agreement

Collection

Citation

National Security Agency, “British - U.S. Communications Intelligence Agreement Memo,” Snowden Archive, accessed December 1, 2022, https://grid.glendon.yorku.ca/items/show/974.

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