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The EFF and AT&T are heading to court over allegations that the phone company violated the privacy of its customers

The Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) is currently sueing AT&T for helping the National Security Agency (NSA) execute wiretaps on American citizens without filing warrants.  The EFF alledges that not only did AT&T let the NSA intercept and analyze millions of phone calls made by Americans, but  the company has also been accused of giving the NSA direct access to databases of communication records.

There is much more on the subject from the EFF Class Action Lawsuit page here

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RE: About Time.
By Decaydence on 2/1/2006 3:01:46 PM , Rating: 2
You tech. guys don't seem to understand the technology. They are not wiretaps. No wires have been spliced or connected too. ... There are many issues too this. Learn more, say less.

There are way too many problems with facts, grammar, spelling, logic, and tact to point out each, so I will simply ask you to follow the advice you gave in your final comment.

This post does, however, point out the distinct possibility that virtually nothing will come of this matter. The majority of the population, like the poster above, is far too lacking to be able to wrap their minds around this very basic issue.

p.s. There is a difference between too and to. I'm guessing someone with a firm grasp on the "technology" would most likely have a firm grasp on second grade level English. Don't take this as nitpicking in the absence of rebuttal; your post rebuts itself.

RE: About Time.
By Stoene on 2/2/2006 11:32:10 AM , Rating: 2
I'm sure you make a great secretary for whomever you work for with your advanced 2nd grade+ education. However, your counter-argument in this debate hasn't helped me understand how or why my position may be wrong. I heard this on NPR the other day, very interesting
it covers this topic.

"When an individual makes a copy of a song for himself, I suppose we can say he stole a song." -- Sony BMG attorney Jennifer Pariser

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