Tuesday, January 19, 2016

The NSA Wouldn't Let Us in This Building (But We Found Out What's Inside)

If you think the National Security Agency (NSA) isn't interested in your information, you should take a road trip out to see the massive, nondescript, concrete buildings they operate in the sleepy town of Bluffdale, Utah.

Called the Utah or NSA Data Center, it may be one of the best representations for what the NSA considers to be its mission for the future: bulk online data collection. Although the NSA turned down our request to tour the facility with our cameras, we were able to talk to Pete Ashdown of the ISP provider XMission, who toured the facility as it was being built in 2012.

http://reason.com/reasontv/2016/01/19/nsa-utah-data-center-spying-snowden-spy?

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