Reading through the thread you linked to, I don't see much evidence that this isn't Titanpointe, now you can argue that it's not significant in comparison to the Utah facility, but this building matches the NSA documents pretty well. It's not super-nefarious only in the sense that we don't see every element of the surveillance apparatus as super-nefarious, hell, many people have ignored or accepted the implications of a US spying operation that targets the global public en mass. To some it even gives them a feeling of safety and security, despite the fact that it gives them little safety if any and often undercuts their security. We got a breather from some aspects of the program in the past year or so, but that breath may seep like a last gasp before the plunge we now face.
The longer this program runs, the more this archive grows, the more dangerous it is to freedom. We should rail against at every opportunity, every day we should if nothing else, know that it is wrong, because as soon as we forget that this is injustice, we fail all those who will live in the shadow of what we have allowed to be built, because we have allowed it to become, just the way it is. We must kick and scream and fight to stay awake in spite of the desire to sleep, to hope this just goes away, we must save ourselves and each other. We have to care enough to try, we should pursue the avenues of power and dare to run for mayor, for supervisor, for congressman, in spite of the trials we face we must not allow this to continue. Corporations and Governments must be made to answer to the public that created them.