Demand Rejected / Partial or No Data Provided
We ensure that we receive the appropriate type of demand for the information demanded. In this category, we include the number of times we rejected a demand or provided only partial information or no information in response to a demand. Here are a few reasons why certain demands fall into this category:
- The wrong type of demand is submitted by law enforcement. For instance, we will reject a subpoena demanding a wiretap, because either a probable cause court order or search warrant is required.
- The demand has errors, such as missing pages or signatures.
- The demand was not correctly addressed to AT&T.
- The demand did not contain all of the elements necessary for a response.
- We had no information that matched the customer or equipment information provided in the demand.
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It Takes a Village to Raise a Start-Up
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AT&T and Girls Scouts Teach Kids the Power of Code
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A Smart Cities Summer: A Conversation with EDF Climate Corps Fellow Maham Masood Sadiq
As our cities integrate technology into their infrastructure and become more intelligent, a clear pattern is starting to emerge. The benefits of connectivity are helping to improve people’s lives and protect the environment. From conserving wate...Learn more »
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AT&T, the City of Atlanta and Code for Atlanta Announce Winners of the Atlanta Civic Coding Competition (C3)
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