The Emerging Scandal

I wonder if AT&T was the only corporation involved in this….

AT&T Inc. and an Internet advocacy group are waging a privacy battle in federal court that could expose the reach of the Bush administration’s secretive domestic wiretapping program.

The Electronic Frontier Foundation said it obtained documents from a former AT&T technician that shows that the National Security Agency is capable of monitoring all communications on AT&T’s network.

“It appears the NSA is capable of conducting what amounts to vacuum-cleaner surveillance of all the data crossing the Internet, whether that be people’s e-mail, Web surfing or any other data,” whistle-blower Mark Klein, who worked for the company for 22 years, said in a statement released by his lawyers.

Words fail me. Someone help me out here.

3 Comments

  1. Of course they’re not the only ones, I’m sure every large corporation in the US that has the Federal Government as a customer do this to some degree or another.

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