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Re: FCC Issues Rule Allowing FBI to Dictate Wiretap-Friendly Design for In ternet Services

  • From: Joshua Brady
  • Date: Sat Aug 06 22:56:35 2005
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On 8/6/05, Tony Li <> wrote:
> > i opine that some features are innovation and others not.  i.e.,
> > x.25 support on modern kit seems a not innovative and a waste of
> > resources i would rather see applied elsewhere.

Who said the user end needs to support a "tap" being done? They can
just force ISP's to log everything at the headend.  Your phone doesn't
need a specialized device to tap it right now does it; cell phones
either; the FBI can call the NSA anytime they want without a tap order
and get them to trigger ECHELON when your voice is apparant on any

Joshua Brady

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