Tanned and toupeed, it was the ready-for-primetime TV press corps that dominated U.S. District Judge Vaughn Walker’s San Francisco courtroom Wednesday.

They filled the benches, staked out the federal building with cameras, and, with their print and radio colleagues, sought to find some new bit of information coming out of the suit accusing AT&T of illegally giving government spies access to customers’ phone and Internet communications.

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