Valiantly protecting corporations from consumers

posted by
May 1, 2011
The American Prospect
by Scott Lemieux  
Posted in Commentary, PND Commentary

"Earlier this year, a unanimous Supreme Court rejected claims by AT&T that the corporation had 'personal privacy' rights that should be protected. Chief Justice John Roberts capped his opinion for the Court with a flourish: 'We trust that AT&T will not take it personally.' In the wake of this case and a few other losses suffered by business interests, some Court observers argued that the Roberts Court's reputation as a champion of corporate interests is unearned. But this week's AT&T decision reminds us just how corporate friendly this court really is." (04/29/11)  

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