ALSO NOTED: BellSouth demands USA Today retraction; CTIA again calls for national wireless rules; and much more...

> BellSouth demanded USA Today retract statements in an article naming the company as having provided domestic calling records to the National Security Agency. Article (Wall Street Journal sub. req.)

> CTIA President Steve Largent again called for national wireless rules. Article

> Sprint Nextel introduced the Sprint Wireless Backup memory service. Article

And Finally... Brazil's government plans to submit a bill to force mobile operators to install equipment that will block signals inside prisons. Article

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