The USSA Breaks Records in Totalitarianism Yet Again

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Speaking of the NSA’s new — but broken, alas — center of espionage in Utah, James Bamford, “the author of several books on the NSA, … said it’s not surprising … that [the agency is] encountering problems considering how much data they are trying to store and make available around the world via fiber-optic cables. ‘There’s never been a time in U.S. history where they’ve tried to collect so much data in one place and then try to access it from other places on a cloud,’ Bamford said.”

Or, I daresay, in world history, either.

12:18 pm on October 9, 2013