See the Nearly Windowless Building in Chicago Said to be an NSA Spy Hub

This concrete, windowless fortress in Chicago’s West Loop is one of a handful of buildings in major U.S. cities that serve as spy hubs for the National Security Agency, The Intercept reported.

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This concrete, windowless fortress in Chicago’s West Loop is one of a handful of buildings in major U.S. cities that serve as spy hubs for the National Security Agency, The Intercept reported. The online news publication said in its June 25 story that the AT&T building at 10 S. Canal St., which houses telecommunications equipment, is central to a surveillance program that “for years monitored billions of emails, phone calls and online chats passing across U.S. territory.” Read more here.
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