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46. October 7, 2013 Canada's signals intelligence agency (CSEC) spied on phone and computer networks of Brazil's Ministry of Mines and Energy and shared the information with the "Five Eyes" intelligence services of the US, Canada, Britain, Australia, and New Zealand. -
47. October 14, 2013 The NSA collected more than 250 million email contact lists from services such as Yahoo and Gmail.
48. October 16, 2013 NSA surveillance was revealed to play a key role in targeting for overseas drone strikes.
49. October 21, 2013 The NSA spied on French citizens, companies, and diplomats, and monitored communications at France's embassy in Washington, D.C. and its U.N. office in New York.
50. October 23, 2013 The NSA tapped the mobile phone of German Chancellor Angela Merkel.
51. October 24, 2013 The NSA monitored the phone calls of 35 world leaders and encouraged other government agencies to share their "rolodexes" of foreign politicians so it could monitor them.
52. October 24, 2013 The NSA spied on Italian citizens, companies, and government officials.
53. October 25, 2013 The NSA spied on Spanish leaders and citizens.
54. October 27, 2013 The NSA stations surveillance teams at 80 US embassies around the world.
55. October 30, 2013 A joint program between the NSA and Britain's GCHQ called Muscular infiltrates and copies data flowing out of Yahoo and Google's overseas data centers. One slide boasted of "SSL added and removed here!" with a smiley face.
56. October 30, 2013 The NSA spied on the Vatican (the Panorama website did not cite Snowden as the source).
57. October 31, 2013 Australia's intelligence service has surveillance teams stationed in Australian embassies around Asia and the Pacific.
58. November 1, 2013 One document reveals tech companies play a key role in NSA intelligence reports and data collection.
59. November 1, 2013 Britain's GCHQ and other European spy agencies work together to conduct mass surveillance.
60. November 2, 2013 Strategic missions of the NSA are revealed, which include combatting terrorism and nuclear proliferation, as well as pursuing US diplomatic and economic advantage.
61. November 2, 2013 Australia's Defense Signals Directorate (DSD) and the NSA worked together to spy on Indonesia during a U.N. climate change conference in 2007.
62. November 11, 2013 The NSA spied on the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC).
63. November 17, 2013 Britain's GCHQ monitored the booking systems of 350 high-end hotels with a program called Royal Concierge, which sniffed for booking confirmations sent to diplomatic email addresses, which would be flagged for further surveillance.
64. November 17, 2013 Australia's DSD spied on the cell phones of top Indonesian officials, including the president, first lady, and several cabinet ministers.
65. November 19, 2013 The NSA spied on millions of cell phone calls in Norway in one 30-day period.
66. November 20, 2013 The British government struck a secret deal to share phone, internet, and email records of U.K. citizens with the NSA.
67. November 22, 2013 A NSA strategy document reveals the agency's goal to acquire data from "anyone, anytime, anywhere" and expand its already broad legal powers.
68. November 23, 2013 The NSA infected more than 50,000 computer networks worldwide with malware designed to steal sensitive information.
69. November 26, 2013 The NSA gathers evidence of visits to pornographic websites as part of a plan to discredit Muslim jihadists.
70. November 28, 2013 Working with Canadian intelligence, the NSA spied on foreign diplomats at the G8 and G20 summits in Toronto in 2010.
71. November 30, 2013 Netherlands' intelligence service gathers data on web forum users and shares it with the NSA.
72. December 1, 2013 A draft document reveals Australia offered to share information collected on ordinary Australian citizens with the NSA and other "Five Eyes" partners.
73. December 4, 2013 The NSA siphons billions of foreign cellphone location records into its database.
74. December 5, 2013 Widespread spying is revealed in Italy, with the NSA spying on ordinary Italians, as well as diplomats and political leaders.