The highlight of the meeting was the approval and publication of TS 103 120: Handover Interface 1: Interface for Warrant Information. This specification defines how law enforcement and other agencies can electronically submit Warrant and Tasking information to Communication Service Providers (CSP). The focus is primarily on LI but leaves room for future extensions to support lawful orders for Retained Data (RD) requests.
In the world of Retained Data and forensics law, perhaps the most significant case on appeal is being argued this coming week at 10:00 A.M. on Wednesday, 9 September at the Thurgood Marshall U.S. Courthouse in New York City. In the rarefied world of LI law, it doesn’t get any better than this. To make the event even more interesting and historic, this past Tuesday, Microsoft’s appellate counsel requested the presence of a Court Reporter to capture an entire record of the oral argument. The counsel for the United States consented, and the court on Thursday granted the request.
For some years, we’ve been observing the convergence among the various LI and CYBER realms. A posting yesterday to the hyperactive new OASIS CTI (Cyber Threat Intelligence) Technical Committee list underscores that evolution. It described a surprisingly mature new protocol dubbed DFAX – Digital Forensic Analysis eXpression.
The Rural Wireless Association kicks off its summit in Las Vegas, Nevada on September 9 – 1, 2015