A New York Times article that every AT&T customer should read.

Yesterday, the New York Times ran a front page story about a special, decades-long partnership between the NSA and AT&T.

AT&T customers in particular need to read about their telecom’s “extreme willingness to help” carry out unconstitutional surveillance programs for the U.S. government. Please read and share the news reports below.

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