AT&T To Reveal Government Orders For Consumer Info

Law360, New York (December 20, 2013, 5:17 PM ET) -- AT&T Inc. does not give government authorities direct access to its network to obtain customer information, the wireless communications giant said Friday, saying that, like Verizon Communications Inc., it would provide information on how many law enforcement requests it receives.

AT&T said it plans to publish its first report in early 2014, and that it will be a semi-annual report that includes how many law enforcement requests for customer information it received in 2013 in all the countries in which it operates, according to the company's...
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