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Judge questions evidence on whether NSA spying is too broad

A federal judge on Friday questioned the strength of a key lawsuit challenging the constitutionality of the government’s Internet surveillance program known as “upstream” data collection. 428 more words


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How to get your money back from AT&T for those sneaky charges

MEMPHIS, Tenn.  —  AT&T customers should have received communication from the carrier this week about how they can get a refund for unauthorized charges on their wireless bill. 344 more words


Why I fired AT&T

Dear Family,

There is more than one AT&T. There is the land line part. These people are the equivalent to the Dodo Bird and carrier pigeon. 1,872 more words

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T-Mobile will pay $90M over bogus charges on customer bills

The FCC on Friday announced a $90 million settlement with T-Mobile, making it the latest phone carrier to pay a penalty for “cramming,” which involves adding unauthorized charges to customers’ bills for subscriptions or “premium” text message services. 240 more words

AT&T Virtualization and the OpenStack Bandwagon

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The Wall Street Journal recently reported that AT&T’s network virtualization efforts are moving beyond testing and prototyping and into large-scale deployment. The news suggests that the carrier could gain a significant competitive edge by reducing capital expenditures and increasing capacity. 119 more words


Citizen Four: Disturbing Documentary (Review and Trailer)

Citizen Four: Disturbing Documentary (Review and Trailer)

Director, producer and cinematographer Laura Poitras reveals her interviews with Edward Snowden after being approached by him when Snowden sent her emails under the name Citizen Four and this disturbing documentary about the whistleblower who shined the light on the NSA and its illegal and nefarious spying on the public in the film. 59 more words