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Even NSA BFF Verizon Thinks Warrantless Location Data Collection May Have Gone Too Far

You'd be hard pressed to find companies more bone-grafted to the nation's intelligence gathering apparatus than AT&T and Verizon. So much so that it's often difficult to determine where the government ends, and where the telecom duopoly begins. From Mark Klein highlighting how AT&T was giving the NSA live access to every shred of data that touched the AT&T network, to Snowden's revelation of Verizon's handover of customer metadata, these are companies that were not only eager to tap dance around privacy and surveillance law, but actively mocked companies that actually stood up for consumer privacy.
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