December 20, 2009
[efoods]“By the very nature of the intelligence business, it is difficult to discuss much of the NSA mission.” — National Security Agency Web site
In this post-Sept. 11 world, plans by the National Security Agency to construct a colossal $1.9 billion information storage center at Camp Williams could be considered a power trip.
But it’s not the sort of power trip that keeps civil libertarians lying awake at night.
No, this power grab is for the stuff of Thomas Edison and Nikola Tesla — the juice needed to keep acres of NSA supercomputers humming and a cyber eye peeled for the world’s bad guys.
This article was posted: Sunday, December 20, 2009 at 10:48 am