Skip to comments.VIGOROUSLY PROTECTING CUSTOMER PRIVACY
Posted on 05/16/2006 7:24:54 PM PDT by Brio136
Dear Mr. D:
AT&T has a long history of vigorously protecting customer privacy. Our customers expect, deserve and receive nothing less than our fullest commitment to their privacy.
We also have an obligation to assist law enforcement and other government agencies responsible for protecting the public welfare, whether it be an individual or the security interests of the entire nation.
We prize the trust our customers place in us. If and when AT&T is asked to help, we do so strictly within the law and under the most stringent conditions. Beyond that, we don't comment on matters of national security.
AT&T Corporate Resolution Group
This is against my right to Freedom of Speech and the privacy acts that involve AT&T and their customers.
I may switch my service soon, to Qwest. One big telecommunications company, Qwest, has refused to turn over records to the program, the newspaper said, because of privacy and legal concerns.
Shame on you for not informing your customers of what AT&T was doing. The average American is not a terrorist and because of terrorism, the American people are now being treated like POWs.
Not Happy, D
Your IP addressed has been forwarded to the NSA.
Put on your tin foil hat.
They didn't turn over your phone calls.
They merely turned over the database of what phone numbers placed calls to what other phone numbers, so stop hyperventilating already.
Privacy rights are not a suicide pact.
You were P3wn3D before you whined about it.
LOL! That is funny. How did they stop you from speaking and what privacy acts are you referring to?
Do you own the record of who called you or does the person that called you own the record? Or do both of you? Or neither of you?
How about this one? If there is going to be a nuke set off on your block and your phone company could have helped the feds figure this out and then you and your family get killed is the phone company responsible if they refused to help?
Last question, are the people that work on such NSA projects the good guys are the bad guys?
I'm stealing that picture. :)
They are watching you.....
Obviously you do not understand what the NSA program is or does.
Hint: Don't call known terrorists.
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