NACUBO Signs Comment Letter Challenging Scope of CALEA
NACUBO and twelve other college and library associations have urged the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) to reject giving federal law-enforcement agents electronic surveillance authority to eavesdrop on Internet-based messaging and voice conversations. It is unclear whether CALEA applies to networks that offer e-mail or telephone services online (otherwise known as voice over IP). The coalition's collective comments comprise a 26-page response to a recent petition by three federal agencies asking the FCC to force Internet-service providers, like colleges and universities, to reconfigure broadband networks to enable such monitoring.
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