Thursday, June 22, 2006

Privacy Advocates Slam AT&T on Customer Records

Ritsuko Ando writes for Reuters:

Privacy advocates slammed AT&T Inc. on Thursday for declaring that it owned its Internet and video customers' account information and could hand the data over to law enforcement if needed.

AT&T on Wednesday updated its privacy policy, which came as the company and other phone operators faced lawsuits claiming they aided a U.S. government domestic spying program by inappropriately handing over millions of call records.

More here.


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