Hi, I see in other threads that there is no public API for accessing call log data. There are apps that seem to be bypassing this by taking the user's log in credentials and scraping the site for data. Is this against any terms of service for AT&T or is it permitted and just not endorsed?
Re: Call Log Data via Scraping 07.17.2019 09:11 AM
Unfortunately, as you have already determined, the requested API for call log data does not exist on developer.att.com. Further, we have no subscriber call data available on the site. That said, the terms and conditions for the developer.att.com (Developer Program) are located here: https://developer.att.com/static-assets/documents/legal-agreements/api-platform-agreement/Dev_Program_MLA_v22.pdf. We suggest that you have your legal counsel review this document with regard to your proposed site scraping. Such activity against developer.att.com would absolutely be a violation of the Dev Program MLA unless you have secured express written permission from AT&T. This is likely true of any separate specific T&Cs or other legal agreements provided by other AT&T websites, but, again, we suggest that you have your legal advisors carefully review such site-specific agreements. We also recommend that you contact your existing business sales/support channel (https://www.business.att.com/support.html) - as they may have additional information specific to the site that you would be interested in scraping for call log data; such data does not exist within developer.att.com.
AT&T Developer Program - https://developer.att.com/support/submit-a-ticket