Update (5/31/06, 7:04PM): From CNET News.com via Hammer of Truth: AT&T's brief is also available in a 'censored' PDF. Unfortunately for AT&T, it turned out to be not so censored: users of xpdf and Apple's Preview application (including the Safari plugin) can read the blacked out text by copying and pasting it.
The EFF is reporting that censored versions of AT&T whistleblower Mark Klein's Testimony and EFF's own preliminary injunction motion in the AT&T lawsuit have been unsealed by the court. The Klein testimony document looks like a summary of the documents published by Wired, which I reported on last week, edited by lawyers to ensure that there is no danger of purgery charges, and censored by the court. Most of the censorship is to remove specific references to the locations of the facilities. The injunction motion is a long legal argument, which I hope to have time to examine closely some time soon, but I don't have time tonight.Posted by Kenny at May 30, 2006 11:28 PM
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