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    I'm furious about my squandered nation.

    Tuesday, October 16, 2007

    Verizon Says It Turned Over Data Without Court Orders

    [...]
    From January 2005 to September 2007, Verizon provided data to federal authorities on an emergency basis 720 times, it said in the letter. The records included Internet protocol addresses as well as phone data. In that period, Verizon turned over information a total of 94,000 times to federal authorities armed with a subpoena or court order, the letter said. The information was used for a range of criminal investigations, including kidnapping and child-predator cases and counter-terrorism investigations.
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    And, no doubt, political dissenters.

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