C-SPAN’s Washington Journal invited me on Tuesday to talk about The Salt Lake Tribune’s investigation into what the National Security Agency’s new Utah Data Center would or could do, why it sprung up in Utah of all places and what exactly might go on inside its walls.
Live TV, as usual, is full of surprises.
Click here for the nearly 40-minute clip as I take questions on The Tribune’s look at the Utah Data Center.
-- Thomas Burr
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