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More water poured into the National Security Agency's Utah Data Center in 2014 than in previous years, but the facility is still paying for water that it is not using. Records provided by Bluffdale show Data Center water usage spiked to 6.6 million gallons ...
Salt Lake Tribune · ByNate Carlisle · 2/2/2015
New water records finally released to the Salt Lake Tribune appear to confirm that the National Security Agency's new data storage facility in Bluffdale, Utah, may not be fully operational. Further Reading Utah city ordered to provide water records for ...
Ars Technica · ByCyrus Farivar · 4/29/2014
Republican Senator Rand Paul has been one of the few vocal critics of the U.S. government’s spying programs. He’s the only presidential candidate that has made NSA spying a central topic of their campaign. NSA spying is so important to Rand that …
The Inquisitr · 8/31/2015
AP/Rick BowmerThe NSA's Utah Data Center, located 25 miles south of Salt Lake City. The National Security Agency (NSA) is in the information harvesting business — and business is booming. That's why the nation's premier covert intelligence gathering ...
The Business Insider · 6/8/2013
The NSA is now building a facility that will make it more than seven times the size of the Pentagon, making the secretive compounds the biggest in the country. In addition to building a $1.9billion data center in Utah, crews also started construction on a ...
Daily Mail · 7/26/2013
Few details about the National Security Agency’s (NSA’s) massive data center nearing completion in Bluffdale, Utah, are known, which probably increases the public’s fascination with the complex likely to house some of their communications data that ...
The Blaze · ByLiz Klimas · 7/25/2013
High-performance NSA computers alone will fill up 100,000 square feet. The Utah Data Center is a data farm that will begin harvesting emails, phone records, text messages and other electronic data in September. "NSA's focus is on foreign intelligence and ...
NPR News · ByHoward Berkes · 6/10/2013
While the electrical explosions hobbling the National Security Agency’s giant Utah Data Center project — as detailed in today’s front page Wall Street Journal story — may come as a surprise, the NSA has a history of poorly managed electrical projects.
The Wall Street Journal · BySiobhan Gorman andSiobhan.gorman · 10/8/2013
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 ...
Reason · ByPaul Detrick · 1/19/2016
Bluffdale beat 38 contenders to become the site for a massive new data center when the spy agency input key criteria into a mathematical model, Harvey Davis, NSA director of installations and logistics, said in an interview. Utah's low utility rates were a ...
archive.sltrib.com · ByNate Carlisle · 6/29/2013