Sweden cooperated with the United States in operations to hack into computers and carry out internet surveillance on Swedes, according to documents leaked by NSA-whistleblower Edward Snowden.
The documents, reviewed by Svergies Television (SVT) investigative news programme Uppdrag Granskning, show that Sweden’s signals intelligence agency, the National Defence Radio Establishment (Svenska Försvarets radioanstalt – FRA) worked with the US National Security Agency (NSA) in its efforts to gain unauthorized access to computers.
An internal NSA memo from a planned meeting between Swedish and US spy chiefs in April 2013 explains that the Swedes wanted to be updated on operation “Winterlight (Quantum Project)”.
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Update: the Snowden files referred to in this news report are now available here.