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Kodiak Adds Wiretap Compliance

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Jul 26, 2006, 2:47 PM   by (staff)

Kodiak yesterday announced a partnership with a company called SS8 that will allow them to comply with new CALEA requirements. Two years ago the Communications Assistance to Law Enforcement Act (CALEA) was amended requiring that carriers provide law enforcement with access to push to talk conversations as well as phone calls and other wireless communication when presented with a warrant. Push to talk tapping has always been difficult since conversations don't go through a central server except for setup. Despite yesterday's announcement indicating otherwise, documents from Kodiak claim their system has always been CALEA compliant. Separately, the company announced a deal with Pantech to include PTT technology in GSM phones - mostly likely for Cingular since they use Kodiak and recently began offering Pantech's handsets.

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Jul 26, 2006, 5:15 PM


It's about time a company tapped into the lucrative goverment market its time to invest!
I currently own my own business where I go walk around the neighborhood and take pictures of people through their window. I make a lot of money selling the pictures to the government and democrats need to stop complaining about the economy, the oppert...

Jul 26, 2006, 3:34 PM

another privacy issue.....

come on, can a guy not buy a sack without a problem anymore, lol. but really, what's next we have to have video cameras in our homes 24/7
Yep here comes big brother again trying to protect us from ourselves. 😒 πŸ‘Ώ 😑
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