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Carnivore to add wireless to its menu?
In a letter to Federal Communications Commission Chairman Michael Powell, the Cellular Telecommunications & Internet Association (CTIA) warned that the FBI may start using its DCS1000 surveillance system, originally known as Carnivore, to eavesdrop on wireless communications as early as October.
The CTIA fears the FBI might start using the DCS1000 system because the wireless industry has so far been unable to develop a standard for law enforcement agencies to monitor e-mails sent between handheld devices.
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