[Photos] NSA’s Spy Hub in NYC

By Crowdability, on Friday, November 25, 2016

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[Photos] NSA’s Spy Hub in NYC

They called it Project X. It was an unusually audacious, highly sensitive assignment: to build a massive skyscraper, capable of withstanding an atomic blast, in the middle of New York City. This is the story of how it became known as the NSA’s surveillance headquarters in New York City »


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