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August 17, 2006

DOJ Appeals State Secrets Ruling in AT&T Case

Speaking of the EFF, the U.S. Government is appealing the ruling in the Northern District of California that allows the case to go forward in spite of the government's claim that it would reveal state secrets.  That case involves AT&T giving the government wholesale access to customer records and wiretap access to Internet traffic through a secret room in San Francisco.

Read the very snarky post about the case and the appeal in the Register.

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