Deep Packet Inspection Meets 'Net Neutrality, CALEA


Subject:
Internet , Constitutional Law & Civil Liberties , Technology , Wiretapping , Internet Service Providers (ISPs)

Description:
This July 2007 article discusses deep packet inspection (DPI) computer technology and its uses for compliance with CALEA (the Communications Assistance for Law Enforcement Act, which covers government-ordered Internet wiretaps). Describes how DPI boxes review and manage data that is sent to an Internet server, and how this technology might influence Internet neutrality by creating a mechanism for tiered payment options. From Ars Technica, a magazine that specializes in news and analysis of technology trends.

Creator:
Anderson, Nate

Publisher:
Ars Technica, LLC

Language:
English

Source:
http://arstechnica.com/articles/culture/Deep-packet-inspection-meets-net-neutrality.ars/1


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