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Way to go Sprint! Looking out for customers!


JustinRP37

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Looks like Sprint was looking out for its customers for quite some time, although the details are still coming out.  This is good news for Sprint and hopefully they get some praise in the media for it.  There are many other articles that came out today about this as well.  It is good to see at least Sprint was challenging the NSA. 

 

http://www.engadget.com/2014/05/14/sprint-had-legal-details-of-nsa-phone-data-collection/

 

http://www.washingtonpost.com/world/national-security/us-revealed-secret-legal-basis-for-nsa-program-to-sprint-documents-show/2014/05/14/f593612a-ce28-11e3-937f-d3026234b51c_story.html

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I wonder if Sprint challenging the government request back then might hinder its proposed T-Mobile merger now in retaliation. 

I was wondering the same thing when I posted this.  You really have to wonder.

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I wonder if Sprint challenging the government request back then might hinder its proposed T-Mobile merger now in retaliation.

 

This regime would NEVER retaliate against those who don't march lockstep to their orders...
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