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Published: Wednesday, March 21 2012 11:00 a.m. MDT

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Johnny Triumph
American Fork, UT

This story wsa very pointless, it contained no information of value.

Midvaliean
MIDVALE, UT

Well I'm not sure how I feel about this. I'm sure those severs will be used to house data that no one should have access to. Those who feel they should have control over that data, think they should be your master. Be aware.

VIDAR
Murray, UT

Oh no, does this mean all my comments on this site are in some big computer to be analyzed?
I need to be more careful what i write, and say, and bwwwwwwwwaaaa think.

Morgan Duel
Taylorsville, UT

Waste of time and effort on the part of everyone

NedGrimley
Brigham City, UT

eerie....

Conner Johnson

(DON'T) GOGGLE IT.

no fit in SG
St.George, Utah

Don't be frightened Utah.
Since we are discussing possible conspiracy theories here....try to stay calm, now.
Most likely this place has some underground bunker where "Who's who in American politics" and their "important" friends will rush to whenever "it" hits the fan. Many fear that the new Republican President has a trembling trigger finger and will get America into another war. Not just some war, but the big one written about in religious history books.
So very sad to hear that some of are wary of speaking your minds on these comment boards. Do you fear someone is going to come get you and lock you up?

Truth Machine
Salt Lake City, UT

I feel much safer from terrorists knowing that the NSA is "listening".

BobP
Port Alice, B.C.

Sounds like an LDS and federal joint venture.

vance
SALT LAKE CITY, UT

Don't we even find it interesting they will not discuss what is going to go on in there? Any one else would be bragging about the good they are going to do. When you are not told the facts, that is when to worry. Why do you think the Government finally let the citizens have the internet which they've had for, what, 45 years ? Now they can que in on every key punched and word said. We ARE under Marshall law folks.

no fit in SG
St.George, Utah

Perhaps an Etch A Sketch will be standard fare for every employee starting next November.

Gregg Weber
SEATTLE, WA

They need faster computers. It took 15+ minutes to refresh this page.
Actually the government, meaning Militia, meaning National Guard, or something more trusting than a military force under the authority of potential tyranny should watch over these things. See the Constitution, Article 1, Section 8, Clause 15.
I am suprised at the liberal/progressive side not trusting the conservative who respect the Constitution. I supose that just as I don't trust President Obama with my Constitutions, freedoms, or life, they wouldn't trust another Nixon, Goldwater, Reagan, or what I might call a real Constitution loving conservative with that power over the citizens.
In short; I want the government to do it's job of protecting the country and people from attack. I want the constitutional means of protecting the people and our freedoms from tyranny acting under color of law.

cjb
Bountiful, UT

Since this center will use so much power (electricity), they ought to put solar cells on its roof and its grounds to lighten the load.

Dutchman
Murray, UT

The Deseret News is compromising our own national security by knowingly participating in news media stories like this. Loose lips give secrets to and help our enemies confirm information they may already have. Stop trying to make an issue out of heresay.

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