Indian security agencies seek Internet telephony ban

India’s security agencies have recommended a ban on international Internet telephony until a system to trace the calls is in place, officials said, the latest move to plug security loopholes after the Mumbai attacks.India fears that militant groups operating from overseas could use Internet telephony to bypass security systems during the planning and execution of attacks, officials said.To read this Reuters article in full, see:

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