<In 1946, the Soviets began construction of City 40 in total secrecy, around the huge Mayak nuclear plant on the shores of Lake Irtyash. It would house the workers and scientists transported from across the country to lead the Soviet Union’s nuclear weapons program, and build an atomic bomb.
<First of all, you’re being spied. That stands alone as a good reason to hate it.
Here in these pictures this is well explained:
>It has been nearly two years since the first disclosures of government surveillance programs by former National Security Agency contractor Edward Snowden and citizens around the globe are still coming to terms with how they feel about the programs and how to live in light of them. The documents leaked by Snowden revealed an array of activities in dozens of intelligence programs that collect data. The documents further detail the collection of Web traffic around the whole planet.