This was a hearing of a House Energy and Commerce subcommittee looking into wiretapping access. The hearing focused on proposals that require telecommunications providers to include wiretapping capabilities in their networks.
*The transcript for this program was compiled from uncorrected Closed Captioning.
People in this video
- Daniel Bart President Telecommunications Industry Association
- Jerry Berman President Electronic Frontier Foundation
- Louis J. Freeh Director Federal Bureau of Investigation
- Richard Metzger Deputy Chief Federal Communications Commission
- Roy Neel President U.S. Telephone Assn
- Tom Reilly District Attorney Middlesex County, MA
- Tom Wheeler President Cellular Telecommunications Industry Assn.
- Frederick "Rick" C. Boucher U.S. Representative [D] Virginia
- Jack M. Fields U.S. Representative [R] Texas
- Dennis Hastert U.S. Representative [R] Illinois
- Edward J. Markey U.S. Representative [D] Massachusetts
- J. Alex McMillan U.S. Representative [R] North Carolina
- Carlos J. Moorhead U.S. Representative [R] California
- Michael Garver Oxley U.S. Representative [R] Ohio
- Ron Wyden U.S. Representative [D] Oregon
Telecommunications and Law Enforcement
The panelists spoke about the law enforcement’s ability to intercept wireless communication while protecting…
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.
Mr. Irving spoke about the status of communications regulations, especially regarding the 104th Congress and…