So now the FBI is saying "if only it were lawful to deploy Carnivore
everywhere, and we could sift through everyone's communications without a
warrant, we might have had a clue this was coming."
The scary part is that Congress just might go for it this time.
At 05:40 PM 9/12/2001, John Combs wrote:
ABC News, Sept. 12 ? Advanced technologies and more sophisticated methods
of organization have made would-be international terrorists more difficult
for the U.S. government to identify and stop, experts say.
The increased use of fiber-optic cable for telecommunications and the
proliferation of advanced cryptography to conceal information have made it
harder for U.S. authorities to eavesdrop on terrorists to prevent attacks,
And for such reasons, they say, U.S. government agencies apparently failed
to detect and prevent Tuesday's terror attacks that killed thousands of
people and destroyed four airliners, the World Trade Center and part of