An American investigative journalist says the U.S. is creating the world’s largest spying facility in the state of Utah to record all conversations and emails by American citizens.
“They’re acting as a researching development front for the National Security Agency, which is creating a huge data warehouse in the state of Utah at Camp Williams. This is going to be the largest computer facility on the planet and it will store recordings of people phone conversations”, Wayne Madsen told Press TV’s U.S. Desk on Tuesday.
“We’re seeing the result actual request for firms to provide the tools to search this very intrusive database that violates the Fourth Amendment at the very least the Fourth Amendment of the Constitution”, he added.
The $1.5 billion spy complex being built for the National Security Agency is becoming more conspicuous as construction advances at Camp Williams.
But the agency building 1 million square feet of enclosed space, including 100,000 square feet of space just for computers that will gather and digest intelligence information, continues to do what it does best - keep secrets - when asked about the project.
The NSA has not responded directly to questions about technology offshoots.