Let’s Just Call It the U$A and Be Done With It

Do corporations have personal privacy rights? Should they be legally protected from being embarrassed?

It sounds absurd, but the Supreme Court will hear arguments next month in a case in which AT&T is claiming it has a right not to be embarrassed by the disclosure of documents that could show that it overcharged for its services. But here’s what’s even more absurd: given the procorporate tilt of the current court, it is likely that AT&T will prevail.
Why Corporations Shouldn’t Be Entitled to Personal Privacy – TIME

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