So, AT&T has a secret room in its global internet hub where the government gets to play, and nobody knows what they're doing there. That's what Salon says
, anyway. AT&T won't confirm it, saying only the "help" they give the feds is "strictly within the law and under the most stringent conditions."
Now, the San Francisco Chronicle reports
The changes would effectively undercut a customer's legal standing to sue the company if it improperly shared his data with anyone, including the government. If you don't agree with the changes, you don't get service.
The new rules go into effect Friday, the Chronicle