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Supreme Court Rules On Corporate Privacy 408

Posted by CmdrTaco
from the dirty-laundry-must-air-dry dept.
heptapod writes "The Supreme Court unanimously decided (PDF) Monday that AT&T can't keep embarrassing corporate information that it submits to the government out of public view; 'personal privacy' rights do not apply to corporations. 'We trust that AT&T will not take it personally,' concluded the ruling."
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Supreme Court Rules On Corporate Privacy

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