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Re: S.2281 Hearing (was: Justice Dept: Wiretaps...)
On Mon, 21 Jun 2004, Pete Schroebel wrote: > > > > Smoke screen efforts are less helpful and are simple diversions from the > > reality of the problem. > > > > I disagree, as there are listening stations in almost every language that > have been very useful; I've seen them, built them some over the years and > watched others start-up, . The DOJ needs to be able to do the same with the > voip/networks/internet and soon intranet. A few of the major ISP's / Mail yes, agreed. moving toward the next technology of snooping is a good thing for DoJ. > Houses already have special contracts running Kenan's SQL over the mail > archives before they are expunged. I imagine that issue will soon apply to > us all here in the US. You are correct that there is nothing that is going > to make a government organizations work or actually do their job; with > exception of obtaining yet another holiday. my smoke screen reference was aimed at the "but the doj must do this to show action, because of their floundering and poor performance in the past which lead to catastrophes". Sorry for not being clear.