AT&T Mobility Sues Calif. Regulator To Block Data Request
Law360, Los Angeles (May 5, 2016, 11:41 PM EDT) -- AT&T Mobility, along with local phone and wireless carriers, called on a California federal court Thursday to block a state regulator from compelling the turnover of subscriber data for a review on competition in the telecommunications market, arguing it violates their commercial privacy interests.
The 20-page suit against the California Public Utilities Commission, including its president, four commissioners and an assigned administrative law judge, protests having to turn over what the carriers allege is competitively sensitive data in a manner that conflicts with federally mandated confidentiality protections set by the Federal Communications Commission.
The CPUC has demanded this information as part...
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