CTIA: Keep Industry Terms In CALEA

November 2000
Wireless Week;11/20/2000, Vol. 6 Issue 47, p3
Trade Publication
Reports that CTIA urged the United States Federal Communications Commission to accept the industry's definitions of terms such as direction and termination when it comes to the Communications Assistance for Law Enforcement Act proceeding.


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