yes private emails and instant messages sent and received over verizon's broadband lines. I have since found that all telecom providers do have this ability to monitor their lines. IN fact the 1994 law, CALEA demands they have such abilities. Not to prevent such intercepts, but to allow law enforcement to do so. But if you know of anymore technical terms for such a system of braodband line management, I could still use that. thank you
yes, i am not including verizon in the lawsuit for the intercepts, I am only claiming that they had to have detected the ongoing pattern of intercepts that lasted over a period of months. Knowing such, they did not warn their client, who counted on their system being safe. It was made unsafe because of CALEA's requirement that the system be made vulnerable for government intercept mechanisms. Its part of my year long ongoing federal lawsuit that claims negligence on the part of private companys, over matters they are well equipped to handle.