After defeating the U.S. men’s and women’s hockey teams in Sochi, Canada is now setting its sight on the NSA. Last month, in In the Matter of the Extradition Act, the Supreme Court of British Columbia ordered a hearing on assertions that the NSA spied on participants in the Canadian legal system, and on whether Canadian intelligence has any evidence regarding such actions. The case highlights the concrete problems that NSA revelations could cause for U.S. interests abroad.