Not only could lawmakers clarify how much of CALEA ought to apply to the Internet, but they might also reconsider the overarching Electronic Communications Privacy Act. That was passed in 1986, well before the Internet became the vast commercial and personal medium that redefined our categories of information.
"That pervades CALEA and everything we talk about," Solove said. "This is something that Congress has been very derelict in addressing."
On the Net:
FBI page on CALEA: http://www.askcalea.com