What's the NSA doing in your e-mail?

AT&T may have cooperated with the NSA in an alleged breach of federal law and industry agreements.

A former technician is hauling communications giant AT&T into court for sharing "email, search, and Internet records for more than a dozen other global and regional telecommunications providers." If it's true, the company may have massively violated federal privacy and industry law, and the National Security Administration may have acted in direct violation of legal parameters governing its domestic surveillance mission. Read the full story at The Washington Post.

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