VoipNewsNet has an article about the new FCC order which has been released.
In what is largely seen as the first step in a move towards a new Congressional telecom bill, the FCC released its official order requiring VoIP services to comply with the Communications Assistance for Law Enforcement Act (CALEA). CALEA requires telecom companies to set up their services in such a way that they can be readily wiretapped by the government (primarily the FBI and DEA).
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