Accuracy in Media

AT&T to limit Data Sharing plans, pay Higher Data Fees

WASHINGTON — AT&T, trying to increase its profit margin, is forcing its customers to only buy Mobile Share plans that require higher data fees and allows data allowances among multiple devices. Reuters reported that the second-leading U.S. mobile operator is eliminating the older plans for incoming and new AT&T customers this October 25th. They said […]

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AT&T follows T-Mobile Strategy, Offers Annual Device Upgrades

WASHINGTON — AT&T is upping its game, allowing its customers to make yearly device upgrades and pay through monthly installment plans to compete with T-Mobile. Reuters reports that AT&T, which is the second-biggest American mobile provider, is under pressure to increase its subscriber base as Verizon Wireless is cornering the market. Verizon is the number […]

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Big Brother? Obama admin collecting American’s phone records

WASHINGTON — News broke Thursday morning that the Obama administration’s previous scandals were not enough. Now, they admit that they are collecting phone records from Verizon, which is one of the major carriers in the U.S. The story, broken by the British newspaper The Guardian, says that the federal government issued a secret court order […]

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Second Thoughts: New York Times Editorial Changed to Soften Criticism of Obama

Thursday afternoon The New York Times sent shockwaves throughout the political media landscape with a scathing editorial about President Obama. They said that his Administration had “lost all credibility” after it was revealed that the Federal Bureau of Investigation and the National Security Agency had used the Patriot Act to obtain a secret warrant “to compel […]

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October 2013

10/13/2013 - AT&T to limit Data Sharing plans, pay Higher Data Fees

July 2013

7/18/2013 - AT&T follows T-Mobile Strategy, Offers Annual Device Upgrades

June 2013

6/7/2013 - Big Brother? Obama admin collecting American’s phone records

6/7/2013 - Second Thoughts: New York Times Editorial Changed to Soften Criticism of Obama