Indeed, whether to help the telcos mitigate the financial danger of class action lawsuits or simply as a "Thank you for helping us f*ck the American people," cooperative companies watched their federal contract income skyrocket in 2007, up to $1.3B in Sprint's case. Whereas non-cooperative telcos, Qwest for example, watched their federal contract income drop by 100's of millions of dollars.
Apparently the Bush Administration has now even monetized trashing the Constitution.
TAGS: Kleptocracy, Telecom Immunity
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