AT&T seeks to hide spy docs

Thursday, 13 April 2006, 3:03 AM EST

AT&T is seeking the return of technical documents presented in a lawsuit that allegedly detail how the telecom giant helped the government set up a massive internet wiretap operation in its San Francisco facilities.

In papers filed late Monday, AT&T argued that confidential technical documents provided by an ex-ATT technician to the Electronic Frontier Foundation shouldn’t be used as evidence in the case and should be returned.

At Wired.

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