According to the NSA leaks, British intelligence was able to monitor up to 600 million communications every day. Who was looking at them? 850-thousand NSA employees and private US contractors had access to British databases. And there’s the question of whether the US had access to the British spy mast at its Berlin embassy – which was holding an ear up to Germany’s government. Well, Britain isn’t the only one helping Washington keep a close eye on the world, as Gayane Chichakyan explains.