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Mysterious AT&T Building In East Dallas May Be Collecting Data For The NSA, Report Says

A pair of reporters from The Intercept think they’ve unraveled some of that mystery.

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A report in The Intercept says this building in Old East Dallas, Texas, could be a spy hub for the NSA.

There’s a big, chunky building with tiny, obscured windows along Bryan Street in Old East Dallas that is a bit of a mystery. A pair of reporters from The Intercept think they’ve unraveled some of that mystery.

For this week’s Friday Conversation, KERA’s Rick Holter talked with one of those reporters, Ryan Gallagher, via Skype from London. Gallagher’s report in The Intercept says that the AT&T building could be a spy hub for the National Security Agency.

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