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FBI Whines That Some ISPs Stand Up to Them

EFF IN THE NEWS
November 28, 2012

An internal Homeland Security report obtained by the EFF and dissected by CNET highlights the FBI's plan to gather this data, citing Cricket, MetroPCS, Comcast, and T-Mobile as companies that have impeded the FBI's goals in one way or another. While the FBI claims they had technical issues with carriers (which Cricket denies), the bigger issue appears to be that some ISPs are having problems with Homeland Security's overly-broad interpretation of wiretap and surveillance law:

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