Pro Protesting: Adopt-an-NSA-Highway

October 9, 2013 | Kyle Chayka

Anti-NSA surveillance protest group “Restore the Fourth” has successfully adopted a section of highway that will neighbor a new heavily guarded data center. This particular stretch of suburban highway cuts directly through a National Guard base the future home of this Salt Lake City data center location.

Members of the group plan to maintain the highway as expected but also fully intend to display their protest signs while doing so. The new facility, rumored to contain about $1.7 billion worth of computing power will be used to store seized telecommunications.

How’s that for a neighborhood watch?