Ah, yes, it's been a while since i've heard anything about it-- While they don't scan the entire net, certain ISPs have pretty willingly complied, i don't have a list handy. So far small, local ISPs (i used a coop for years, was great) have been safe still. what we're talking about now is a law requiring ISPs to comply, and so they should have great success monitoring most internet communications in this country. I wonder, the USA being the world's policeman, if they'll spread out in time? Electronic eavesdropping all over the world... The practical uses for espionage are numerous... reading private and secret emails, planting propganda, operating entirely in the open, no one to stop the USA.Originally posted by Chef Ramen
its actually called carnivore. and its not powerful enough to scan the ENTIRE internet. TIA will try to accopmlish this.