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AT&T/NSA spy documents out.

  -  Digg!Submit to NetscapeBookmark at del.icio.usreddit got a hold of the documents that former AT&T employee Mark Klein has given the Electronic Frontier Foundation, which the two are currently fighting over in a California court. The documents have been sealed, and it was doubtful as to whether they would ever again see the light of day. The EFF believes that the documents prove that AT&T played a willing role in helping the NSA illegaly spy on American citizens, while AT&T says that the documents contain trade secrets, and cannot be made public.

Wired published these documents, and perhaps against my better judgement, I have mirrored them here. The more places that mirror these documents, the harder it becomes for AT&T to lay claim to trade secrets in court.

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