That's nothing compared to what the other countries contribute.
We only know 11 of the 122. But No. 9 is the NSA's old favorite, German Chancellor Angela Merkel.
One of Canada’s top spy agencies reportedly tested powerful surveillance software over a two-week period at a major airport.
The agency has digital "sleeper cells" in every corner of the globe.
In 1946, the U.S. and Britain agreed not to spy on one another. Both countries do it anyway.
Dissenters say that membership in the "Five Eyes" network isn't worth the invasion of Kiwi privacy.