Communications Assistance for Law Enforcement Act (CALEA). CDMA Development Group – International Roaming Team Meeting. March 2006 Curtis Owings Telecom Design Engineer II Network Access Gateways – Network Development. Audience and Purpose. Audience The CDG IRT members and associates.
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CDMA Development Group – International Roaming Team Meeting
Telecom Design Engineer II
Network Access Gateways – Network Development
While originally drafted to provide for voice line tapping by Legal Agencies, CALEA now also applies to data. In Mobile IP environments it is easy to tap connections at the Home Agent.
This works well on your own network…
But it breaks down somewhat when data roaming.
The Access Function typically includes the ability:
The Delivery Function (DF) is responsible for delivering intercepted communications and call-identifying information to one or more Collection Functions (CF).
The Delivery Function typically includes the ability:
The Collection Function is responsible for collecting lawfully authorized intercepted communications (i.e., call content) and call-identifying information for an LEA. The Collection Function is the responsibility of the LEA.
The Collection Function typically includes the ability:
The Service Provider Administration Function is responsible for controlling telecommunications service provider (TSP) electronic surveillance functions. Sprint is the TSP.
Verint Systems Global Systems Administration performs the Service Provider Administration Functions.
The Law Enforcement Administration Function (LEAF) is responsible for controlling LEA electronic surveillance functions. The Law Enforcement Administration Function is the responsibility of the LEA.