U.S. authorities organize surveillance in Facebook and Skype Cell phones

U.S. authorities organize surveillance in Facebook and Skype Cell phonesThe administration of U.S. President Barack Obama is developing a new bill that would allow American authorities to intercept and decrypt the data on all channels Internet communications. Included social networking services (Facebook or Twitter), VoIP-telephony (Skype) or encrypted e-mail clients that are installed on the RIM BlackBerry devices. The new rules of Internet regulation in the United States is scheduled to be submitted to Congress next year. However, the government to intercept and decode messages will still need to obtain judicial resolution. According to an article published in The New York Times, the bill is due to the fact that the White house is becoming more difficult to track criminals and terrorists, as suspected increasingly prefer to use online services rather than telephone. Representatives of the largest IT companies (Google, Facebook, Microsoft, Yahoo, and Research in Motion) refused to answer the question of how this bill might affect their activities. James Dempsey, Vice President of Center for Democracy and Technology involved in the fight against Internet censorship, said that the bill, which will have "serious consequences", contrary to "fundamental principles of the Internet revolution," including decentralization of the Network..



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