These are the companies alleged to have links to the NSA surveillance scandal


The global surveillance scandal involves many players in the corporate world and — thanks to Edward Snowden — details of their identities and relationships with the NSA and other intelligence agencies continue to dribble out.

Many publications are doing fine work carrying these stories, but the information is a tad scattered. So I thought it might be useful to compile a list of the companies that are thought to be involved in Prism, Tempora, Blarney and all the other mysteriously codenamed sub-programs that add up to a near-global surveillance network.

This list will be updated as and when new information comes in (please do note omissions in the comments below).

Web/mobile firms

The companies named in the original Prism scandal are as follows:

  • Microsoft(s msft)
  • Apple(s aapl)
  • Facebook(s fb)
  • Google(s goog)
  • Paltalk
  • AOL(s aol)
  • Yahoo

All have denied giving the NSA “direct access” to their servers, but Snowden has…

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