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Rebroadcast: Utah's Giant Spy Center
Rebroadcast: Utah's Giant Spy Center

AIR DATE: May 1, 2012

The National Security Agency is building a massive data center near Salt Lake City that will collect emails, Google searches and other personal communications exchanges between American citizens. Wired Magazine Reporter, James Bamford uncovered what will go on the Utah Data Center, which will be operational in 2013. Bamford joins us to talk about what how the federal government is collecting data and what they do with it. Originally aired: 3/27/12
James Bamford, writer, Wired Magazine

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