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Internet pioneers warn of VoIP wiretap danger

U.S. government efforts to require most voice-over-IP providers to permit law enforcement agencies to wiretap phone calls could introduce new security problems to the Internet, a group of Internet security experts said today. A Federal Communications Commission rule requiring providers to allow wiretapping by May 2007 would either require a massive re-engineering of the Internet or introduce broad cybersecurity risks, said authors of a new study released by the Information Technology Association of America (ITAA), an IT vendor trade group. Full Story

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