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20110207 FBI Going Dark Release Part 2

20110207 FBI Going Dark Release Part 2

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Published by: David Chu on Feb 19, 2011
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ISubject: RE: fbi going darkper your request:On the record (if you need attribution: Marcus Thomas, Assistant Director, OperationalTechnology Division):'Going Dark' is the program name given to the FBI's efforts to utilize innovativetechnology; foster cooperation with industry; and assist our state, local, and tribal lawenforcement partners in a collaborative effort to close the growing gap between lawfulinterception requirements and our capabilities. The term applies to the research anddevelopment of new tools, technical support and training initiatives.Background:One purpose of the Communications Assistance for Law Enforcement Act (CALEA) when passedin 1994 was to make clear the duty incumbent on telecommunication carriers to cooperatewith law enforcement in the interception of communications when lawfully authorized.Among the original reasons the FBI advocated strongly for CALEA was our fear that theemergence of digital telephone exchange switch technology was and would make the lawfulintercept of telephone based communications extremely difficult if not impossible for USlaw enforcement.In the years since CALEA was passed, US law enforcement has successfully leveraged CALEAto maintain a capability to intercept with appropriate authority the telephoniccommunications of criminals.However, in recent years and despite the success of CALEA, it has become clear that US lawenforcement lacks the resources, flexibility, and agility to respond adequately torapidly-evolving and constantly changing Internet based communications technology.'Going Dark* is the program name given to the FBI's efforts to utilize innovativetechnology; foster cooperation with industry; and assist our state, local, and tribal lawenforcement partners in a collaborative effort to close the growing gap between lawfulinterception requirements and our capabilities.
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I will be out of the office beginning July 20-27.Thank you.

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