[VOIPSEC] CALEA Enforcement
Patrick at Voiceline.dk
Sat May 6 13:29:53 BST 2006
The fourth order: "call-identifying information" and "call content
Call content information is taking it to fare in my opinion (Not even
getting in to the "protecting subscriber privacy" issue), the ISP would have
to store all the content of all calls, not feasible in any practical sense.
The EU is seemingly not taking it that fare, only call-identifying
information is on the table, "at the moment"...
----- Original Message -----
From: "Gupta, Sachin" <s-gupta2 at ti.com>
To: <voipsec at voipsa.org>
Sent: Friday, May 05, 2006 10:33 PM
Subject: [VOIPSEC] CALEA Enforcement
>I came across an article which mentions the enforcement of CALEA . Would
> this mean no end-to-end security ?
> How would any kind of legal intercept be possible if there is end-to-end
> security ?
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