Twitter and Sound.net are all-stars when it comes to defending customer comfort, says the Digital Frontier Base (EFF) in its annual comfort review. The two companies were the only two out of 18 technological innovation organizations to make an impression on the EFF with their “outstanding commitment” to “public visibility around govt access customer information.” The review, known as “Who Has Your Back,’ exposed The apple company, MySpace,Verizon and AT&T in particular are lax when it comes to defending the comfort of their customers. “Apple and AT&T are associates of the Digital Due Procedure coalition, but do not notice any of the other best methods we’re calculating. And this season — as in past decades — MySpace and Verizon gained no celebrities in our review,” the review flows. “We stay frustrated by the overall inadequate displaying of ISPs like AT&T and Verizon in our best exercise groups.” The EFF said there has been a noticeable enhancement this season over past decades as more and more technological innovation organizations are providing their customers a heads-up — unless banned from doing so by law or order from the judge — when a police officers organization requirements their details.