In the wake of last night's revelation that everyone in the world has a creepy NSA-shaped stalker, defenders of online liberty and generally angry internet people Anonymous have gathered together a collection of NSA documents, including seemingly important stuff like the US Department of Defense's 'Strategic Vision' for controlling the internet.

The documents -- 13 in total -- were posted online, along with an accompanying message full of the normal Anonymous bluster: people won't be silenced, they have the memory of trivia-master elephants, the governments of the world will fall, your average press release really.

The documents seem to mostly relate to activities within the NSA and US Department of Defence, and mostly date from around 2008, supposedly not long after PRISM first reared its ugly head. One of the things Anonymous has highlighted from the documents is the existence of an "intelligence-sharing network" that shares data gleaned from PRISM with "intelligence partners" around the world. Although some of the documents appear to be otherwise available online, it certainly signals Anon's intentions to not take this one lying down.

Hit up the documents for further details; just be warned that although this might look like the plot of a B-list movie starring Aston Kutcher, the docs themselves are incredibly dry and full of more acronyms whatever presentation you should be working on. [Pastebin via Inquirer]