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2004 Filings

August 18, 2004

The U.S. Department of Justice filed a Statement of Non-Support with the FCC opposing the February 4, 2004 petition of ALLTEL Communications, Inc. ("ALLTEL") to extend the CALEA compliance deadline to January 30, 2006, for its packet-mode communications. Specifically, DOJ opposes the granting of any further extensions of the CALEA packet-mode compliance deadline for ALLTEL's "Touch2Talk"push-to-talk service.

July 12, 2004

The U.S. Department of Justice filed a Statement of Non-Support with the FCC opposing AT&T Wireless's ("AWS") petition for an extension of the January 30, 2004, CALEA compliance deadline for AWS's push-to-talk service. AWS filed its request for extension with the FCC on April 9, 2004.

June 21, 2004

U.S. Department of Justice filed a Statement of Non-Support with the FCC opposing Sprint Corporation's petition for an extension of the January 30, 2004, CALEA compliance deadline for its push-to-talk service ("PTT"). Sprint filed its request for extension with the FCC on January 30, 2004. Sprint deployed its PTT service in November 2003 without a CALEA surveillance solution in place and requested until January 30, 2006, to deploy a CALEA solution.

February 19, 2004

The U.S. Department of Justice filed a Statement of Non-Support with the FCC opposing Verizon Wireless' amended petition for extension of the packet-mode communications deadline under CALEA section 107(c). Law enforcement opposes the grant of any further extensions of the CALEA packet mode compliance deadline for Verizon's push-to-talk service.



Last Updated: February 1, 2011