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From: "Declan McCullagh" <declan@well.com>

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Subject: FC: Bush's proposed budget boosts electronic surveillance, wiretapping

The budget documents:
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   Bush Eyeballs Heavy Tech Spending
   By Declan McCullagh (declan@wired.com)

   [...]
  
   The FBI would receive $61.8 million and 201 more employees or
   contractors to support the agency's "surveillance capabilities to
   collect evidence and intelligence," the DOJ said in a statement on
   Monday afternoon. That would allow the FBI to devote more resources
   than ever to controversial spy technologies like Carnivore, keyboard
   logging devices, and Magic Lantern.
  
   Included in that figure is: $5.6 million to expand an unnamed FBI
   "data collection facility," $32 million and 194 positions devoted to
   intelligence and information gathering, $10.9 million for expanded
   electronic surveillance, $11.3 million for an "Electronic Surveillance
   Data Management System," and $2 million for the Special Operations
   Group's intelligence and surveillance operations.
  
   In addition, the FBI would receive $157.6 million to upgrade and
   enhance its computer systems.
  
   The FBI's National Infrastructure Protection and Computer Intrusion
   Program would get $21 million and 138 new hires, including 81 agents.
   The purpose: To respond to "cyber-attacks" and investigate electronic
   intrusions.
  
   To handle the expected increase in wiretaps, especially ones approved
   by the shadowy Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act court, the
   Department of Justice itself would get a boost. The budget anticipates
   hiring another 10 wiretap-specialist attorneys at a cost of $2
   million.

   [...]

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It was bad enough when word leaked out this summer that the FBI's electronic
eavesdropping system went by the unfortunate, if eerily accurate, name of Carnivore.

Call it the Curse of Carnivore. (READ THIS FIRST)
Carnivore Review Team Exposed!
Declan McCullagh
http://www.wired.com/news/emailstory/0,1294,39102,00.html

Carnivore Review Team Exposed! (PDF FILE)
http://www.usdoj.gov/jmd/pss/iitritechnicalproposal.pdf

Justice Department Hires Carnivore Auditors
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posted by cosmo on Tuesday September 26, @07:10PM
from the it's-all-about-the-spin dept.

It took two months, but the Justice Department
has finally found a research group
to review the FBI's Carnivore surveillance
system. The non-profit IIT Research Institute
will report back to the DoJ in December.
Carnivore, an Internet wiretapping device,
allows the FBI to scan electronic
communications, but the FBI claims to look
only at messages sent or received from criminal suspects after
obtaining a warrant. Not everyone can stomach this "trust us"
attitude, and privacy mavens have been pushing for government
to suspend use of the tool while the $175,000 review takes
place. But it's unlikely to end the debate. Since Carnivore is
not-exactly-terribly-complex software, it's easy enough for the
FBI to change the program before the review and then expand it
when the heat is off. So, besides spin control for the FBI, what's
the point?

(FBI) Carnivore Diagnostic Tool
http://www.fbi.gov/programs/carnivore/carnivore.htm

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Carnivore Hungrier Than FBI Said


FBI Documents Show  Carnivore Can 'Eat' Everything

Friday, November 17, 2000 By D. Ian Hopper

WASHINGTON - The FBI's controversial e-mail surveillance tool, known as
Carnivore, can retrieve all communications that go through an Internet
service - far more than FBI officials have said it does - a recent test of
its potential sweep found, according to bureau documents.

An FBI official involved with the test stressed Friday that although
Carnivore has the ability to grab a large quantity of e-mails and Web
communications, current law and specific court orders restrict its use.

Nevertheless, privacy experts said they are worried about the breadth of
Carnivore's capability and questioned why the FBI even conducted such a
test in June if it intends to use the tool only for narrow purposes.

"That really contradicts the explanation that the FBI has provided as to
the purpose of the system and how it works," said David Sobel, general counsel
for the Washington-based Electronic Privacy Information Center. "We've
been led to believe that the purpose of Carnivore is to filter and pinpoint the
particular communications that the FBI is authorized to obtain. If that's
true, then why are they testing the system's ability to store and archive
everything?"

Sobel's group recently obtained the FBI documents providing the test
results as part of litigation it brought under the Freedom of Information Act.

In the lab report, FBI officials said Carnivore "could reliably capture
and archive all unfiltered traffic to the internal hard drive" and could save
the information on removable high-capacity disks as well.

Marcus Thomas, head of the FBI's cybertechnology section, said in an
interview with The Associated Press that the test was only done to check
Carnivore's "breaking point." He said the tool wouldn't be used to capture
broad swaths of Internet communications in a real-world situation.

Thomas was one of the FBI agents who approved the lab report.

"Certainly, in operation, you could set the filters up to do nothing,"
Thomas said. "But our procedures are very detailed, we'll only do what
we're allowed to in a court order."

The difference of opinion is the latest in what has become a debate
between Carnivore's capabilities and its actual use.

While law enforcement officials have admitted that Carnivore can capture
much more than e-mail, including Internet chats and Web browsing, FBI
officials insist it is only used to copy e-mail to or from a criminal
suspect in accordance with a court order.

Opponents say the "black box" nature of the system keeps the public from
knowing what it can really do, and its installation at an Internet
provider may cause network problems.

The Electronic Privacy Information Center started receiving batches of
Carnivore-related material in October, after a court ordered the FBI to
release the information.

EPIC representatives said they have received about 550 pages so far, and
expect to get only about 30 percent of the 3,000 documents related to
Carnivore. Most of the release documents have large portions blacked out.

FBI officials say Carnivore has been used in about 25 cases, most
involving national security.

Congress considered several measures this year to rein in Carnivore, but
none survived. Lawmakers have said that they may consider measures again
next year.

An independent review of Carnivore was ordered by Attorney General Janet
Reno, and that report was due to be received by the Justice Department on
Friday, Justice spokeswoman Chris Watney said.

Watney said the report is expected to be released to the public early next
week, after it is edited to eliminate references to Carnivore's internal
blueprints and other sensitive material.

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Carnivore Rears Its Head

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     Carnivore Rears Its Head


     Government steps up its controversial Internet surveillance efforts
     following terrorist attacks.

     By Tech Live staff
     September 13, 2001

     Federal officials have reportedly increased their
     Internet surveillance efforts following Tuesday's
     terrorist attacks against the World Trade Center
     and the Pentagon. FBI agents began visiting ISPs,
     email firms and network providers on Tuesday
     following the attacks, according to a Reuters
     report.

     One ISP employee said that an FBI agent asked
     to attach an email monitoring device named
     Carnivore to the company's network, the Reuters
     report said.

Internet surveillance technologies used by the FBI have come under heavy fire
this year from privacy groups, which say the use violates privacy laws.

But with citizens looking to the US Government to protect them against
terrorists now more than ever, some experts believe government agencies will
step up their use of surveillance technologies in coming months, and privacy
groups won't have enough public support to stop them.

Carnivore, which was recently renamed DCS1000, has been at the center of
privacy debates since the FBI first used it over two years ago. The system,
which is installed on the networks of Internet service providers, captures data
packets as they travel through networks. The program can monitor millions of
emails and can identify messages sent by people under investigation.

In July of last year, privacy groups made a public outcry when the FBI
confirmed the existence of the device, and reportedly tried device on ISPs
around the country so the FBI could monitor the email traffic of
suspected criminals.

Privacy advocates feared that the system could be used to watch innocent
citizens without their knowledge. Because it monitors emails of people not
under investigation, privacy advocates say its use violates the US
Constitution's Fourth Amendment protections against unreasonable search
and seizure.

Last year, the Electronic Privacy Information Center (EPIC), a non-profit
privacy watchdog, issued a request under the Freedom of Information Act
seeking the public release of all FBI records concerning Carnivore.

On August 1, 2001, the FBI released documents and asserted that the
agency fully met EPIC's request, but the privacy group said that not all the
documents were released.

There is currently a bill before Congress asking that the attorney general and
the FBI submit a full report on the use of surveillance systems, including
Carnivore.

But despite the efforts of privacy groups, use of Carnivore may now be
expanded.

In mid-August the Cellular Telecommunications & Internet Association
(CTIA), an industry trade group, publicly announced that the FBI may start
using Carnivore to monitor wireless email and cellphone text messages as
early as October of this year.

Earlier this year, the FCC mandated that wireless companies come up with
an email monitoring system before September 30 so it could aid law
enforcement. But wireless firms say they won't be able to install a system in
time, leading them to believe that the FBI will install Carnivore on their
networks.

"It seems probable that Carnivore, which intercepts all communications in the
pathway without the affirmative intervention of the carrier, will be widely
implemented," said Michael Altschul, the CTIA's vice president and general
counsel in a written statement.

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SEARCH: CARNIVOR+FBI
Displaying results 1-10 of 20,202 pages found
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1. StopCarnivore.org
Dedicated to the sole purpose of stopping the deployment of the FBI's ISP spy
tool called Carnivore.
http://stopcarnivore.org/ (15.3 kB)

2. FBI Programs and Initiatives - Carnivore Diagnostic Tool
Official statement of the Federal Bureau of Investigation to the US House of
Representatives regarding the use and oversight of the Carnivore Electronic
Surveillance program.
http://www.fbi.gov/hq/lab/carnivore/carnivore.htm (3.4 kB)

3. SilentRunner Spyware Out-Snoops FBI's Carnivore
SilentRunner Spyware Out-Snoops FBI's Carnivore Send this Article Print this
Article Talkback Related Stories By Jay Lyman NewsFactor Network March 2,
2001 The SilentRunner program has been touted as more effective and...
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4. ACLU Press Release: 07-14-00 -- In Unique Tactic, ACLU Seeks FBI Computer
Code on...
In Unique Tactic, ACLU Seeks FBI Computer Code On "Carnivore" and Other
Cybersnoop Programs FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Friday, July 14, 2000
WASHINGTON -- In what may be the first request of its kind, the American Civil.
http://www.aclu.org/news/2000/n071400a.html (9.9 kB)

5. Howstuffworks "How Carnivore Works"
The FBI's Carnivore can tap into networks to intercept anything done on
the Net. Find out what's involved in Web eavesdropping.
http://www.howstuffworks.com/carnivore.htm (22.0 kB)

6. Who Watches the Web?
Who Watches the Web? The Center for the Study of Technology and Society
tracks the governments tracking the Internet.
http://www.tecsoc.org/persec/webwatch.htm (16.5 kB)

7. Anti-Attack Feds Push Carnivore
WASHINGTON -- Federal police are reportedly increasing Internet surveillance
after Tuesday's deadly attacks on the World Trade Center and the Pentagon
http://www.wired.com/news/politics/0,1283,46747,00.html (18.3 kB)

8. FBI Programs and Initiatives - Carnivore Diagnostic Tool
The Nation's communications networks are routinely used in the commission of
serious criminal activities, including espionage. Organized crime groups and
drug trafficking organizations rely heavily upon telecommunications to plan
and execute their criminal...
http://www.fbi.gov/hq/lab/carnivore/carnivore2.htm (8.0 kB)

9. EPIC Carnivore FOIA Documents
These documents have been released through a lawsuit EPIC filed against the
FBI and the Department of Justice. The next installment of Carnivore documents
is scheduled to be released to EPIC in early December. More information on
EPIC's lawsuit is...
http://www.epic.org/privacy/carnivore/foia_documents.html (6.1 kB)

10. Comments on the Carnivore System Technical Review
In September, 2000, we were asked by the Chief Scientist of the US Department
of Justice to identify technical issues with the FBI's Carnivore Internet
wiretap system that should be addressed by an independent review. On October
2, we met with Justice...
http://www.crypto.com/papers/carnivore_report_comments.html (14.3 kB)

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