Judge Declines to Unseal Docs on Alleged Participation in Domestic Surveillance Program

by Sabrina I. Pacifici on December 21, 2006

Follow-up to a November 7, 2006 posting, Court Grants Appeal in AT&T Spying Case, today, via Wired, “A federal judge in San Francisco declined to decide today whether to unseal documents at the heart of a lawsuit against AT&T for its alleged participation in a warrantless government wiretapping program aimed at Americans’ overseas emails and phone calls…Though Wired News independently acquired and published portions of the documents under seal in May, Berenson said the “horse was not out of the barn” and that there were sensitive technical details under seal in documents that total about 120 pages.”

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