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Microsoft went out of its way to accommodate the National Security Agency's requests for data, according to new files leaked by whistle-blower Edward Snowden, allowing intelligence officials unfettered access to a slew of the company's services. The tech giant reportedly worked with the NSA to provide access to Outlook.com Web chats, e-mail services including Hotmail, the SkyDrive cloud storage service and Skype video calls. In the leaked papers, NSA officials applaud tech companies' cooperativeness, noting that online surveillance "is a team sport!"

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