Proposed NSA changes unlikely to affect Utah data center


A White House-appointed panel’s recommendation this week that the NSA stop collecting so much phone data will likely not have an impact on the massive data center  in Bluffdale, Utah, built to house NSA data. Even if President Obama accepts those findings, which included a recommendation to unplug a database rumored to hold more than 1 trillion phone records, much additional data would still come in, James Bamford, an NSA expert told the Salt Lake Tribune. 

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