ANCHORY: NSA's 1990s catalog of spook assets

Michael Morisy sez, "Back when the National Security Agency still measured data in megabytes rather than by the square mile of servers, the agency took it upon itself to catalogue the output of a newswire service and publications of the wider intelligence community, new documents show.

"The NSA database's called ANCHORY catalogs intelligence analysis and reports from the CIA, State Department and Defense Intelligence Agency, plus Reuters for good measure. The program comes to (dim) light following a FOIA request inspired by Christopher Soghoian observation that scouring LinkedIn profiles might yield some good counter-surveillance clues."

A glimpse into ANCHORY, NSA's intelligence catalog database (Thanks, Michael!)