We're Glenn Greenwald and Janine Gibson of the Guardian US, and we’ve been breaking stories on the NSA Files since June. AUA!
Leaks from Edward Snowden earlier this year have lead to hundreds of stories by the Guardian and other news outlets that examine the tension between personal privacy and national security. Our reporting has sparked a global debate about the full extent of the NSA's actions to collect personal data. Our latest story, published Monday, is about MARINA, an NSA application that stores the metadata of millions of web users for up to a year. Read through the full NSA Files archive here.
So, what do you want to know? We will answer as many questions as possible, but of course this is sensitive information. We'll do the best we can.
Edit: The 90 minutes is up. Thanks for really stimulating and smart questions. We do Q-and-A's like this at the Guardian, too, and I frequently engage questions and critiques on Twitter (probably more than I should!) so feel free to find me there to continue the discussion.
and from Janine: Thank you very much for having us. Glenn, call me maybe.
An additional edit: highlights from our reddit AMA