The FBI proposes amendment to law so they can wiretap the Internet
For 18 years the FBI has been wiretapping phone lines as a means for surveillance on persons of interest in their ongoing investigations. In 1994, the U.S. wiretapping law was passed, several years prior to the World Wide Web. This law gives the FBI full access to your private conversations on any phone lines. Now, the FBI wants to change the law so that they can tap into your Internet conversations as well.