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Second International Conference on Internet Monitoring and Protection (ICIMP 2007)
Lawful Interception is one of the main provisions needed for the security agencies to monitor a suspect or deal with criminal activities. The implementation of this was easy in the traditional telephone networks, because of its centralized administration. However this has become a tedious job with the emergence of VoIP technologies where voice traff~c is carried over IP. In this paper, we discuss the challenges and propose a monitoring architecture for Lawful Interception on VoIP networks baseddoi:10.1109/icimp.2007.27 fatcat:tja65sat7nao5nytoxf6ox2w2m