The Utah Data Center Covers More Than 1 Million Square Feet, And It Holds A Massive Amount Of Info

The Utah Data Center is a huge government facility in Bluffdale, Utah that stores personal emails, Internet searches, cell phone calls and other public data. Part of the National Security Agency, the massive data repository is reported to have the largest data storage capacity in the world.

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You’ll find a lot more information about the Utah Data Center on the NSA’s website here.

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