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Date: 2001-05-06

ETSI, Interception und "journalistic interest"


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Ein ebenso nettes wie aktuelles Dokument darüber, wie in den USA mit
den Begehren der gesetzlich ermächtigten Behörden bezüglich CALEA
[Communications Assistance Law Enforcement Act] umgegangen wird.
Begehren hin, Begehren her, die Federal Communications Commission
entscheidet und es wird öffentlich.

Im guten alten Europa, wo man aufs Verschämteste im Geheimen, aber
umso brutaler Abhör/standardisiert, erstellt man im ETSI interne
Protokolle, wenn ruchbar wird, dass jemand recherchiert.

Arbeitspapier 28wglitd011.doc für das ETSI "Lawful Interception" Treffen
am 15. Mai in Hamburg trägt den Titel "On journalistic interest"
zugänglich ist es freilich nicht.

http://webapp.etsi.org/meetingDocuments/ViewDocumentList.asp?MTG_Id=21151

Hintergrund
http://www.quintessenz.at/cgi-bin/htsearch?restrict=;exclude=;config=archiv;method=and;format=builtin-short;sort=time;words=ETSI;page=1
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[Federal Register: May 4, 2001 (Volume 66, Number 87)] [Rules and
Regulations] [Page 22446-22448] From the Federal Register Online via
GPO Access [wais.access.gpo.gov] [DOCID:fr04my01-11]

-FEDERAL COMMUNICATIONS COMMISSION

47 CFR Part 64

[CC Docket No. 97-213; FCC 01-126]


Communications Assistance for Law Enforcement Act

AGENCY: Federal Communications Commission.

ACTION: Final rule; petitions for reconsideration.

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SUMMARY: In this document the Commission responds to petitions for
reconsideration of previous Commission decisions in this proceeding
which implements the Communications Assistance for Law Enforcement
Act (CALEA). The Commission makes minor revisions to the
Commission's rules to clarify the arrangements telecommunications
carriers subject to CALEA must make to ensure that law enforcement
agencies can contact them when necessary, and to clarify the
interception activity that triggers a record keeping requirement. The
Commission makes additional clarifications without altering the rules, but
otherwise denies the requests for reconsideration.

DATES: Effective June 4, 2001.

FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: John Spencer or Susan
Kimmel, 202-418- 1310.

SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION: This is a summary of the
Commission's Second Order on Reconsideration (Second Order) in CC
Docket No. 97-213; FCC 01-126, adopted April 9, 2001, and released
April 16, 2001. The complete text of this Second Order is available for
inspection and copying during normal business hours in the FCC
Reference Information Center, Courtyard Level, 445 12th Street, SW.,
Washington, DC, and also may be purchased from the Commission's
copy contractor, International Transcription Services (ITS, Inc.), CY-B400,
445 12th Street, SW., Washington, DC.

Synopsis of the Second Order on Reconsideration

1. This Second Order on Reconsideration (Second Order) resolves two
petitions for reconsideration of the Report and Order (R&O) in this
proceeding (64 FR 51462, September 23, 1999) and one petition for
reconsideration of the Second Report and Order (Second R&O) in this
proceeding (64 FR 55164, October 12, 1999). These decisions
implemented sections 102, 105, and 301 of the Communications
Assistance for Law Enforcement Act (CALEA) (Communications
Assistance for Law Enforcement Act, Public Law 104-414, 108 Stat.
4279, 1994.) The Second Order makes minor revisions to 47 CFR
64.2103 and 64.2104 to clarify the arrangements telecommunications
carriers subject to CALEA must make to ensure that law enforcement
agencies can contact them when necessary, and the interception activity
that triggers a record keeping requirement. The Second Order makes
additional clarifications without altering the Commission's rules, but
otherwise denies the requests for reconsideration. 2. The U.S.
Department of Justice and the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) seek
stronger personnel security measures than those adopted in the First
R&O, in order to ``ensure the trustworthiness of the private-company
employees who have become increasingly responsible for implementing
electronic surveillance.'' As discussed in paragraphs 4 through 14 of the
Second Order, the Commission denies the FBI's request. However, the
Commission encourages carriers to consider voluntarily adopting, as
internal procedures, measures to respond to the concerns presented by
the FBI, as appropriate, and making them part of their systems security
and
integrity (SSI) policies and procedures.

http://cryptome.org/fcc050401.txt




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