“In September 2007, AT&T changed its legal policy to state that “AT&T may immediately terminate or suspend all or a portion of your Service, any Member ID, electronic mail address, IP address, Universal Resource Locator or domain name used by you, without notice for conduct that AT&T believes … (c) tends to damage the name or reputation of AT&T, or its parents, affiliates and subsidiaries.” By October 10, 2007, AT&T had altered the terms and conditions for its Internet service to explicitly support freedom of expression by its subscribers, after an outcry claiming the company had given itself the right to censor its subscribers’ transmissions. Section 5.1 of AT&T’s new terms of service now reads “AT&T respects freedom of expression and believes it is a foundation of our free society to express differing points of view. AT&T will not terminate, disconnect or suspend service because of the views you or we express on public policy matters, political issues or political campaigns.” ~ From Wikipedia entry on AT&T
By Catherine Austin Fitts
Table of Contents
I. Please Change Your E-mail Provider: AT&T
II. AT&T is Censoring Your Access & Failing to Disclose to You They are Doing So
III. Recommended E-mail
IV. How to Update Your E-mail Address at the Solari Report
V. Appendix A: Selected E-Mail Correspondence Related to AT&T Block of the Solari Report Domain Hosted at Liquid Web
VI. Appendix B: Overview/Background on AT&T
VII. Appendix C: Material Disclosures
Please Change Your E-mail Provider: AT&T
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