But before you get too excited, be aware that this doesn't really mean much. According to the sources, while the NSA is not able to directly collect the data from those networks, because calls and information eventually travels over networks or equipment solely owned by U.S. companies, that's when it can be grabbed. In other words, more than 99 percent of call data can be collected in the U.S., despite that one drawback. Verizon found itself at the center of a firestorm last week when it was revealed that mobile communications are collected by the U.S. government. However, that collection does not occur within Verizon Wireless proper. Instead, it's collected at Verizon Business Network Services, a U.S.-based -- and thus, fully accessible -- subsidiary of the telecom giant.
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But many small phone companies began signing up ISPs for service. The ISPs receive many calls, but place very few--resulting in the imbalance that favors the small telcos. The Baby Bells and GTE have pressed the FCC to rule that calls to ISPs are long distance, since this would exempt the calls from the reciprocal compensation contracts. The FCC today agreed in part, ruling that even local calls to ISPs ultimately find their way to the Internet at large, and so are interstate calls. But by protecting the states' earlier rulings--and by refusing to say whether reciprocal compensation contracts were a good idea or not--the agency left the big local phone companies liable for the contracts they had already signed.
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