A shadowy "three letter" U.S. government agency calls your company and asks for copies of your private customer data ... the kind you don't share with outsiders and can get sued for losing. The agency says it needs the data to track terrorists, but won't get too specific about how.
A. Send the information right over.
B. Ask to see a court-issued warrant.
C. Pretend you've got a bad connection and hang up.
This is more than an academic exercise. According to reports in USA Today, major U.S. telecom carriers turned over the telephone records of millions of residents to the U.S. National Security Agency (NSA) for use in …