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However, in its novel holding, the Third Circuit found that a corporation (AT&T) was protected by an exemption in the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) that applies to “unwarranted invasions of personal privacy.”
Originally posted by KSPigpen
So...is the 'privacy' for the corporations the same 'privacy' that we get to 'enjoy' as American citizens? If so, they're boned.
Do you think, Frat, that the word 'privacy' is pretty much just a make believe concept any more anyway?
Originally posted by quackers
I was dumbfounded to find that a corporation could be considered "a person", and that under international law, could use that status to argue human rights violations against the corporation.