Tuesday, March 13, 2007

government admits to spying on americans without warrants, and at&t says the lawsuit againt them for helping the governent is too secret for courts

The Wired blog 26B Stroke 6 reports on the arguments AT&T and the US government made to an appeals court hearing motions in the case the EFF brought against the phone giant for their presumed part in the government's program(s) to spy on Americans. In essence AT&T seems to have argued that the case against the telecom for allegedly helping the government spy on Americans is too secret for any court, despite the Administration's admission it did spy on Americans without warrants.

AT&T Says Spying Is Too Secret For Courts

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