As part of the One AT&T corporate initiative, the AT&T Mobility subpoena function has been in a state of transition from North Palm Beach, FL to Dallas, TX for the past year. Effective March 1, 2011, the final phase of this process will be implemented.
Information that may be disclosed with a subpoena. Basic subscriber information includes name, address, length of service (start date), screen names, other email accounts, IP address/IP logs/Usage logs, billing information, content (other than e-mail, such as in Windows Live Spaces and MSN Groups) and e-mail content more than 180 days old as long as the governmental entity follows the customer notification provisions in ECPA (see 18 U.S.C. §§ 2703(b), 2705.)