Court filing confirms spy docs

Monday, 29 May 2006, 12:53 AM EST

Formerly sealed documents from a lawsuit against AT&T for allegedly helping the National Security Agency spy on Americans' communications without a warrant were released in redacted form Thursday, and confirm the legitimacy of documents published earlier by Wired News.

The papers, which were obtained by Wired News through an anonymous source, included a declaration written by Mark Klein, several snapshots of a secret room in an AT&T facility in San Francisco that Klein alleges is used to spy on a wide swath of domestic internet traffic, and eight pages of wiring diagrams marked "AT&T Proprietary."

At Wired.

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