Spy docs stay sealed for now

Wednesday, 21 February 2007, 1:48 AM EST

A federal judge rebuffed an effort by media organizations, ranging from the Associated Press to Wired News, to unseal whistleblower documents in a civil rights group's case against AT&T for allegedly helping the government's warrantless wiretapping of Americans.

Those documents include technical diagrams provided to the Electronic Frontier Foundation in January 2005 by former AT&T engineer Mark Klein, a written declaration by Klein, and an evaluation of the documents by former FCC employee J. Scott Marcus.

At Wired.

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