Of course you've never heard of it. And the government would like to keep it as discreet as possible. Bluffdale, a city about 20 miles south of Salt Lake City, Utah, is home to one the most massive National Security Agency data repository centers that we know of. According to their official website, the facility is "the first Intelligence Community Comprehensive National Cyber-security Initiative (IC CNCI) data center designed to support the Intelligence Community's efforts to monitor, strengthen and protect the nation."

Operating under the motto, "If you have nothing to hide, you have nothing to fear," the facility is sending a clear message that all of your online activities, telephone conversations, and who knows what else, is being hoovered up and stored in Bumblehive's servers. Although the actual collecting capacity of the operation remains classified, it is rumored that the Utah Data Center is capable of gathering and storing a yottabyte of your precious Instagram photos and TikTok videos in perpetuity.

On top of their large storing capacity, the center operates one of the most sophisticated supercomputers created by the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA). Code-name "Cascade," the Cray XC30 is the brains behind the operation. Capable of workloads of more than 100 petaflops or 100,000 trillion calculations each second, Cascade will sift through the data looking for useful intel on you without breaking an electron sweat.