AT&T doesn't want you to figure out how you're being ripped off each month. Bruce Kushnick writes for Harvard's Nieman Foundation For Investigative Journalism. He is, among other things, a "phonebill specialist." He is the founder of Teletruth which defends consumers from telecom and broadband lobbyists. Kushnick has filed several class action suits, complaints with the FCC and various public service commissions, requested investigations by the IRS, worked with the Small Business Administration's Office of Advocacy to create a "Roundtable" for small competitors, and has helped to create of "The Broadband Bill of Rights", a proposed piece of legislation. His new ebook the "$200 Billion Broadband Scandal" describes how AT&T charged consumers $200 billion for fiberoptic cable it never laid.