Thursday, June 15, 2006

VoIP wire tapping : FCC is going crazy

FCC honeymoon with wire tapping of VoIP users can be dangerous from security point of view. First of all it is a highly complicated technology as compared to traditional phone systems.

The identity information, credit card numbers and other passwords could be leaked through the implication of this decision. It can adversely affect the voip business and the development of technology particularly in US.

VoIP experts are constantly voicing there opposition for this decision. Not only this, the cost of this wire tapping will be enormous and will cut down its competitive edge. This cost will have to be shared by voip service providers and voip users.

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It is a good move and will help all expats make calls to their home countries. Hope the internet cafes can get this service so that they will not opt for any illegal VOIPs in future.I just want to inform everyone to a new web site called VoIP Spear (www.voipspear.com) to measure your QoS. It's the Internet's best and most accessible QoS testing service.
 
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