Telecommunications and Law Enforcement
The panelists spoke about the law enforcement’s ability to intercept wireless communication while protecting privacy. In the… read more
The panelists spoke about the law enforcement’s ability to intercept wireless communication while protecting privacy. In the final days of the 103rd Congress, the wiretap capability legislation was passed by voice vote in both houses. The bill requires telecommunications companies to meet the wiretapping needs of law enforcement officials within the next four years, it authorizes 500 million dollars to pay for system changes. close
People in this video
- Berman, Jerry President Electronic Frontier Foundation
- Edwards, Hazel Administrator General Accounting Office
- Freeh, Louis J. Director Federal Bureau of Investigation
- Neel, Roy President U.S. Telephone Assn
- Wheeler, Tom President Cellular Telecommunications Industry Assn.
This was a hearing of a House Energy and Commerce subcommittee looking into wiretapping access. The hearing…
Cellular Telephone Privacy
Committee members heard testimony concerning legislation to make stricter laws against altering electronic equipment,…
Future of Telecommunications
Mr. Neel discussed the changes in the telecommunications industry.
The senators, both members of the Senate Commerce, Science and Transportation Committee, delivered prepared remarks and…