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Document Name:  Lawfully Authorized Electronic Surveillance (LAES) For Internet Access and Services (Includes Supplement - ATIS-1000013.a.2009)
Document Date:  March, 2007
Document Number:  ATIS-1000013.2007 and ATIS-1000013.a.2009
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Committee:  PTSC
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Document Type:  ANSI Standard
Abstract:  This standard supports the ability of Internet access providers and Internet service providers to assist law enforcement agencies in intercepting Internet broadband data – and defines the communication-identifying information and content to be intercepted and reported, as well as the delivery format. Additionally, the standard provides for a “safe harbor” as specified in Section 107 of the Communications Assistance for Law Enforcement Act (CALEA). This newly released LAES standard applies to the intercept of data from individuals whose communications have been authorized to be delivered to a law-enforcement agency (LEA) by a legal instrument, such as a warrant. Once the LEA serves the Internet access or service provider (IASP), the IASP accesses the identified information, mediates as needed, and delivers the information to the LEA via equipment, facilities, or services the LEA has procured. Such information and data may include e-mail, instant messaging records, web-browsing information and other information sent or received through a user’s broadband connection, including on-line banking activity. While previous LAES standards from ATIS have addressed VoIP communication, the focus of this new standard is on network(s) that provide subscriber connectivity to the Internet. Internet access and services may be provided by a set of independent or related entities, i.e., a Digital Subscriber Line or Wireless Fidelity (Wi-Fi ®) provider and an Internet service provider. Additionally, this includes the supplement to ATIS-1000013.2007 which identifies changes to the baseline document.
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Number of Pages:  68
 
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