Lawful Interception: Facing the Challenges of a Widening Interception Scope
The basic principle of lawful interception is that communication providers have a statutory obligation to ensure and maintain interception capabilities.They must be able to intercept all applicable communications of a certain target without any gaps in coverage, and they must provide a network to transmit the intercepted information to the police and other law enforcement agencies (LEAs). Regulation has evolved over the years. International co-operation has achieved standardisation and the shared view that lawful interception must be standards based to achieve interoperability and smooth co-operation between law enforcement and operators and between the law enforcement agencies of different countries. Standards also lower costs and enhance data protection.
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