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Photo of the Day: Billboard Liberation Front Pwns AT&T

Few telecom companies were as deeply complicit as AT&T in facilitating the Bush administration's illegal wire-tapping of American citizens. A group calling itself the "Billboard Liberation Front" gives the company and the National Security Agency some of the PR treatment … Read More

By / February 29, 2008

Few telecom companies were as deeply complicit as AT&T in facilitating the Bush administration's illegal wire-tapping of American citizens. A group calling itself the "Billboard Liberation Front" gives the company and the National Security Agency some of the PR treatment they richly deserve.

What's more, the BLF received word from the NSA, though it's difficult to tell whether they're enjoying the publicity:

Commenting on the action, and responding to questions about pending privacy litigation and the stalled Congressional effort to shield the telecoms from these lawsuits, NSA spokesperson [REDACTED] remarked: “[REDACTED] we [REDACTED] condone [REDACTED] warrantless [REDACTED], [REDACTED] SIGINT intercepts, [REDACTED] torture [REDACTED] information retrieval by [REDACTED] means necessary.”

Via Tim Lee.

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