Talya Cooper is the former Digital Archivist at The Intercept, based in New York. Previously, she was archive manager at StoryCorps. She has written and presented about the intersections of archival ethics, privacy, and security.
Snowden ArchiveMeltdown Showed Extent of NSA Surveillance — and Other Tales From Hundreds of Intelligence Documents
Internal NSA reports reveal the exploits of a secret commando unit, new details of a joint venture with the CIA, and spying against Middle Eastern satellite internet.
Snowden ArchiveIsrael Hated American Ban on Sharing Intel for Assassinations, So U.S. Made New Rules
Israeli military officials privately pressed for an exemption to intelligence restrictions during a 2006 war with Hezbollah.
Snowden ArchiveSinking of Russian Nuclear Submarine Known to West Much Earlier Than Stated, NSA Document Indicates
The report about Kursk also stated that the Russian navy did not try to contact the submarine for five hours after explosions that sank it.
The Threat WithinViolent Far-Right Extremists Are Rarely Prosecuted as Terrorists
Since 9/11 federal prosecutors have applied anti-terrorism laws against 34 right-wing extremists compared to more than 500 international terrorism defendants.