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AT&T Tells Court That Secret Wiretapping Destroys Privacy (in 1927)

The first time the Supreme Court heard a case about whether the government had the right to spy on Americans conversations without a warrant, AT&T filed a brief with the court arguing that such spying was inimical to democracy. That document was blogged by the Electronic Frontier Foundation which is now suing the nation's largest telecom for its alleged participation in warrantless dragnet spying and data-mining of Amercians' phone calls and internet use.

Friday, August 10, 2007
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