We trust that AT&T won't take it personally.
Federal Communications Comm'n v. AT&T Inc., No. 09-1279, slip op. 12 (U.S. Mar. 1, 2011) (Roberts, C.J.) (holding, 8-0, that "personal privacy" in exemption from Freedom of Information Act means privacy of an individual and not privacy of a Fortune 100 company); see posts on the court of appeals decision and on oral argument to the Court.
Blawgletter notes that corporations also lack a soul.