Verizon thinks they have a 1st Amendment right to violate your privacy.

"Thursday will also likely see Verizon argue that the nation's privacy laws largely forbidding phone companies from disclosing their customers' phone records are unconstitutional since they violate Verizon's First Amendment rights. No, really."

This is the kind of thing that makes me want to burn all of my technology. But then, how would I ever sell my air conditioner, get false reports accompanied by a**-covering about when Fred Thompson is going to announce his presidential campaign or find recipes for grilled spicy citrus ribs?

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