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Feds and Telcos Defend Spy Amnesty to Court


Feds and Telcos Defend Spy Amnesty to Court

There's nothing unconstitutional about Congress putting an end to lawsuits accusing the nation's largest telecoms of secretly helping the Bush administration spy on Americans' communications, government and telecom lawyers told a federal court late Wednesday...

The government played the immunity card in the Electronic Frontier Foundation's case against AT&T in September. That suit, along with some three dozen others, are being heard in by Chief Judge Vaughn Walker of the Northern District of California's federal court.

Friday, November 7, 2008
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