понедельник, 18 июля 2016 г.
AT&T to disclose government requests for user data
AT&T has joined Verizon Communications in promising to report on government requests for information about its customers, setting the stage for semiannual disclosures from both the dominant U.S. wireline carriers starting early next year. The company's announcement came just a day after Verizon had promised similar reports, a fact AT&T acknowledged. Earlier this month, AT&T had asked the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission to support its removing a shareholder proposal about such disclosures from its annual proxy statement. In a statement, AT&T said it would report the total number of requests from law enforcement agencies in criminal cases; information about subpoenas, court orders and warrants; the number of AT&T customers affected; and details about legal demands that the carrier receives. The first such report will cover 2013 and will come out early next year, the company said in the statement, which was attributed to Senior Vice President and General Counsel Wayne Watts. AT&T said when governments ask for subscriber data, it works to ensure that each request is legal, and it sought to reassure consumers it doesn't feed information directly to authorities. "We do not allow any government agency to connect directly to our network to gather, review or retrieve our customers' information," Watts said. In addition, AT&T only provides wireless customer location data except in response to court orders and in emergencies such as missing-child cases, he said.w3dmmglb dd8 d3dx9 43.dll minitab 16 full version crack plant vs zombie jar touch quickcam e1000 drivers ham on rye bukowski epub gericom bellagio 1440 drivers yahoo password hacking software free full version flatout 3 chaos and destruction pcdvd+crack multi8 castellano 2012 usb disk security con serial gratis docuprint c525a driver windows 7