Curious news about Jack’s Magic Coffee Shop, aka ‘The Twitter’, surfaces as the social media company announces that to save money, they will shut down the Sacramento data center and substantially downsize the Atlanta data center.
Oddly enough, the Atlanta data center is in the same regional complex as Georgia Tech University, which is the same university under U.S. government contract (think Rodney Joffe and the Trump-Russia Alfa Bank hoax) for cybersecurity research efforts.
[NOTE: Shortly after Twitter expanded its data center in Atlanta, on Nov 29, 2016, Georgia Tech received a $17.3 million contract from the U.S. Dept of Defense for “cybersecurity” research. Three days later, Georgia Tech announced new collaboration with China’s Tianjin U, which hosts the APT hacker groups and is a partner of China Telecom and Huawei. Funny that, and you already know my suspicions, so I digress.]link
Sundance has long suspected that the US government subsidizes a large portion of Twitter’s data processing. His suspicion is based on his understanding of the very high costs of processing that data, costs which are not being be offset by Twitter’s income. Since Musk has been exposing and blocking the government from mining Twitter data and manipulating information presented to Twitter users, Musk needs to cut costs. Sundance is very often right and Musk’s behavior confirms his analysis so far. ABN