[ga] FYI: Verisign wire-tap fiendly - Comments filed to FCC about CALEA Internet wiretapping
- To: General Assembly of the DNSO <ga@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Subject: [ga] FYI: Verisign wire-tap fiendly - Comments filed to FCC about CALEA Internet wiretapping
- From: Jeff Williams <jwkckid1@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Tue, 20 Apr 2004 03:12:05 -0700
- Cc: Tony Rutkowski <Rutkowski@xxxxxxxxxxxx>, Chuck Gomes <cgomes@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Organization: INEGroup Spokesman
- Sender: owner-ga@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx
All former DNSO GA members other interested stakeholders/users,
Seems that Verisign is very friendly in snooping into your
communications with anyone. I wonder if Verisign will be
notifying those it is getting requests for wire-tapping of
it's customers? Chuck or Tony can you give us all some
direct answer on this??
Note wiretap-hardware provider VeriSign's very wiretap-friendly stand:
The immediate declaratory statement sought in the Joint Petition
concerning the applicability of CALEA to packet-mode broadband
access and telephony services should be considered. Such a statement
seems fully consistent with Congress? enactment of CALEA, with
previous related Commission findings, and the arguments raised above.
> The technology, standards, and equipment exist to accomplish this
capability requirement at reasonable cost. VeriSign already provides
CALEA services for precisely this kind of broadband telephony,
and supports a declaration.
for other comments regarding this issue...
Jeffrey A. Williams
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