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Discover The Oregon Logging Town Where Your Facebook Status Lives

Using a fake company name, Facebook stealthily launched a plan to build its first wholly owned, custom-designed green data center three years ago in the rural town of 10,000 on the Central Oregon high desert. Now Apple’s sniffing around, too.

Using a fake company name, Facebook stealthily launched a plan to build its first wholly owned, custom-designed green data center three years ago in the rural town of 10,000 on the Central Oregon high desert. Now Apple’s sniffing around, too.

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Emily Badger is a writer in the Washington, D.C., area, where she writes about cities, sustainability, public policy, and strange ideas. She's a contributing writer at the Atlantic Cities and has written for Pacific Standard, GOOD, the Christian Science Monitor, and The Morning News

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