Media takes on AT&T in spy case
News organizations will argue Thursday that documents under seal in a high-profile lawsuit against AT&T for its alleged participation in warrantless surveillance of Americans' phone calls and e-mails should be made public.
Wired News - joined by the San Francisco Chronicle, Los Angeles Times, Associated Press, San Jose Mercury News and Bloomberg News - is seeking documents and statements provided by former AT&T technician Mark Klein about the government spy program. AT&T says the pages contain corporate trade secrets.
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