FBI’s Wiretap Network Revealed And Request for Reader Document Analysis

FBI’s Wiretap Network Revealed And Request for Reader Document Analysis

The FBI has quietly built a sophisticated, point-and-click surveillance system that performs instant wiretaps on almost any communications device, according to nearly a thousand pages of restricted documents newly released under the Freedom of Information Act and provided to Wired News by the Electronic Frontier Foundation.

The surveillance system, called DCSNet, for Digital Collection System Network, connects FBI wiretapping rooms to switches controlled by traditional land-line operators, internet-telephony providers and cellular companies. It is far more intricately woven into the nation’s telecom infrastructure than observers suspected.

It’s a "comprehensive wiretap system that intercepts wire-line phones, cellular phones, SMS and push-to-talk systems," says Steven Bellovin, a Columbia University computer science professor and longtime surveillance expert.

Those are just the first three grafs of today’s comprehensive Wired News story about the surprising reach of the FBI’s surveillance....

more http://www.wired.com/2007/08/fbis-wiretap-ne/

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Comment by truth on April 14, 2014 at 9:49pm

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