Supreme Court Rules AT&T Has No Privacy Rights
The Supreme Court ruled against AT&T in a privacy rights case today, holding that since it is a corporation and not a person, it does not have a right to privacy. The case involved a Freedom of Information request seeking documents pertaining to an FCC investigation of AT&T and possible overbilling.
Lyle Denniston at Scotus Blog has more in "A Word Game Over Privacy."
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