The National Security Agency plans to build a massive data center at a National Guard camp in Utah to sift through the huge volumes of data being collected by the country’s spy agencies.

The National Guard’s Camp Williams has been selected as the site for the data center, based on its availability of secure space, robust communications infrastructure, and a low cost of power, said a spokesperson for the Office of National Intelligence. Camp Williams was selected after evaluations took place of 38 potential sites.

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