Telcos seek wiretapping immunity as legal pressure mounts

Friday, 21 September 2007, 5:48 PM EST

Always eager to lighten the load of overworked bureaucrats, the Electronic Frontier Foundation has volunteered its services to FCC Chairman Kevin Martin. In a Wednesday letter, EFF legal director Cindy Cohn urged Martin to heed Rep. Ed Markey's request for an investigation into alleged lawbreaking by the nation's largest telecommunications carriers. Noting that EFF has been deeply involved in the controversy from its outset, Cohn offered to assist Martin in investigating the allegations.

At Ars Technica.

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