Colleges not happy with extension of US wiretap law
Universities in the US are facing the prospect of having to overhaul their campus networks in order to comply with a 1994 Federal wiretap law. Pegged with a US$7 billion price tag (for equipment costs only) by some analysts, the requirement has already resulted in one lawsuit, filed today by the American Council of Education.
By Eric Bangeman at Ars Technica.
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