Skip to comments.When The NSA Comes To Town
Posted on 08/02/2013 6:50:19 AM PDT by Daffynition
BLUFFDALE, Utah There is no data center here.
Pete Ashdown and Grant Sperry, who run XMission, a small internet service provider, were in Utahs National Guards Camp Williams. It is located across the street from the National Security Agencys infamous Utah Data Center, which houses the massive server farms that power the agencys sweeping digital surveillance operation; they had a rare invitation from the agency to tour the facility with a group of heads of other internet companies, professors, and politicians, and they were looking for parking. They could clearly see the 1 million-square-foot complex in fact, anyone driving in the area, even on the main highway leading up to Salt Lake City, could spot the drab gray buildings. But here was a solider with an AR-15 telling them the center didnt exist.
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Rick: I was misinformed.
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Watching the watchers....what could possibly go wrong?
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