Foxnews.com | The National Security Agency is building a massive data collection warehouse in the midewest -- and an ex-CIA covert operations agent is casting a wary eye at the agency's motives.
Mike Baker, a former cover field operations officer for the CIA and now the president of the global intelligence and security firm Dilligence LLC, believes the paranoia surrounding the NSA’s new spy center under construction in Utah is understandable yet overblown.
“The fact that they’re building a new data center isn’t news,” Baker explained in an interview with Fox News. “They’ve got several other [similar] facilities. The size of this is what is creating the stir.”
Once finished, the NSA’s million square foot data center will be the size of 17 football fields, five times the size of the U.S. Capitol Building and 18 times bigger than the White House.
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