Thursday, October 21, 2010

United States Pushes to reduce technical barriers to Wiretapping

New York Times:

Application of the Act and those responsible for the fight against terrorism, citing the lapses in accordance with the orders of surveillance, grow to review a federal law that requires the phone and carriers to wide band to ensure that their networks can be wiretapped, say federal public servants.

Officials say more stringent legislation is necessary because some carriers in recent years started new services and system upgrades to create technical barriers to the surveillance.Ils want increase legal incentives and sanctions designed to push the carriers such as Verizon, AT & T and Comcast to ensure that any change of network will not disrupt their ability to conduct wiretaps.

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