An anonymous reader writes "Thanks to an EFF lawsuit, the office of the Director of National Intelligence is releasing declassified redacted versions of various documents relating to the NSA's domestic surveillance activities. The documents are being released on the anniversary of the 9/11 attacks."
The EFF is hosting the documents, which are searchable. A few initial findings were posted yesterday evening
; they include (thanks to another anonymous reader) the NSA illegally using phone data for three years
, and evidence that Clapper knowingly mislead the public about metadata collection.