Feds dip their snouts back in EFF vs. AT&T wiretap case

Thursday, 3 August 2006, 1:07 AM EST

Surprise, surprise. The US government has asked a California court to take a second look at a recent decision that allowed the EFFís wiretap case to proceed against AT&T.

The government has already tried once before to meddle with the EFF's case against AT&T. It had an earlier attempt to dismiss the EFF case shut down after the judge for the Northern District of California determined that the state secrets doctrine would not prevent disclosure of AT&Tís involvement (or, to be fair, possible non-involvement) in the NSAís wiretapping scheme. Now, the government has asked to appeal that decision to the Ninth Circuit in San Francisco.

At The Register.

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