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44 minutes after the hour on your Tuesday morning I'm in a point in this is Fox & Friends First troubling new details are emerging.
The NSA's new spy center will be able to spy on all of your phone calls and emails and essentially figure out everything there is to know about you.
Elizabeth -- and joins us now with more this is troubling.
-- is good morning the National Security Agency or they can say is building the new you time data center.
It's huge and a million square foot facility that's not the type of seventeen football field under construction.
As we speak just south of Salt Lake City the facility will support the comprehensive national cyber security initiative which.
Is basically the federal government's defense against sensitive data and cyber threat so.
Let's go ahead and get to why we're talking about it in a bombshell article on WIRED Magazine James Stanford interviews a whistleblower.
Claiming that the NSA has software that quote.
He's drops on domestic phone calls on web searches on social media outlets.
Target addresses and even phone conversations in real time in the article basically claims the NSA is building the country's.
Biggest spy center but -- congressional hearing just days ago Director General Keith Alexander took the issue head on.
He specifically address the accusations in the article definitively saying -- to the allegations.
And the US does not happen to citizens especially without a warrant.
We also received a written response from the NSA overnight which -- many allegations have been made about the planned activities of the -- had data center.
What it will be is a state of the art facility designed to support the intelligent community's efforts.
To further strengthen and protect the nation and -- is the executive agent for the Office of the Director of National Intelligence.
And will be the lead agency.
By -- and -- intelligence gathering is limited to foreign communications that now domestic incidents have occurred such as -- warrantless wiretapping controversy.
Years ago during the war on terror now one thing I did what I mentioned earlier in the month Defense Secretary Leon Panetta spoke to a group of reporters in Kentucky and he said.
One reporter said what keeps you up at night what are you most afraid of and it right away he -- cyber attacks which is exactly with the NSA is focusing on so.
We report you guys the way of the world in the future I -- Elizabeth thank you so much.
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