At least eight AT&T facilities across the US provide the NSA with data essential to spy on internet and phone traffic across the globe, the Intercept has revealed, adding that the agency called AT&T a trusted, solicitous partner.
For over 30 years, Dallas-based multinational telecommunications conglomerate AT&T has provided US intelligence with private data of its customers through a specially designed surveillance program called FAIRVIEW. After the first reports of the secret program surfaced in 2013, following the revelations of whistleblower Edward Snowden, the Intercept has managed to identify at least eight AT&T sites that transmit billions of private messages, chat history and phone calls to the US government.
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