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Only moderately terrifying and completely un-Constitutional. But who cares these days #amiright?
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The really scary part: "In addition to giving the NSA access to a tremendous amount of Americans’ personal data, such an advance would also open a window on a trove of foreign secrets. While today most sensitive communications use the strongest encryption, much of the older data stored by the NSA, including a great deal of what will be transferred to Bluffdale once the center is complete, is encrypted with more vulnerable ciphers. “Remember,” says the former intelligence official, “a lot of foreign government stuff we’ve never been able to break is 128 or less. Break all that and you’ll find out a lot more of what you didn’t know—stuff we’ve already stored—so there’s an enormous amount of information still in there.”

Scary now? Wait until they're pulling yottaflops

oh, also:
http://maps.google.com/maps?ll=40.893321,-76.439245
http://maps.google.com/maps?ll=38.938482,-122.147761
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