AT&T Developed Secret Program To Help U.S. Police Mine Client Phone Records By Pratap Chatterjee

28 October 2016 — CorpWatch

Police departments across the U.S. pay AT&T, the telecommunications giant, over one hundred thousand dollars a year for special access to telephone records of clients without first obtaining a warrant. The program is called ‘Hemisphere’ and the company required buyers to keep its existence secret.

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