Law Fights to Keep Pace With Tech

“Government and industry officials butted heads Wednesday over whether a 10-year-old law governing electronic surveillance is working — and whether industries are meeting their obligations to help authorities catch criminals and terrorists in the internet age.

Lawmakers are considering whether to update the Communications Assistance for Law Enforcement Act of 1994, or CALEA, to address the recent explosion of technologies such as packet-switched data [...]”

SOURCE: Wired News

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