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FBI Aims to Pry Open New Channels for Web Surveillance

May 8, 2012 No Comments

SOURCE: TechNewsWorld

The FBI is pushing for a change in 1994′s CALEA law that would make social networking websites and online chat services more easily accessed by law enforcement surveillance teams. The bureau has asserted that a change in the way people communicate has lessened its wiretapping ability, a problem it refers to as “going dark.”

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