AT&T Finally Caves; Agrees To Issue A Transparency Report
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December 20, 2013

Via Techdirt:

With Verizon agreeing to issue a transparency report concerning government requests for information (catching up with pretty much every major internet company), it was really only a matter of time until the other major telco holdout, AT&T caved. And, indeed, just about 24 hours later, AT&T agreed to issue a similar transparency report. The press release is also the first time that AT&T appears to have made any actual statement concerning the reports of its detailed cooperation with the NSA:

That fourth bullet point, claiming that the company doesn't allow any government agency to...

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