Speaking on Deep Background, the Press Secretary whispered:
> Just because you can does not mean it is a good idea. I like being able
> to have a phone that cannot be accurately located. I won't be buying
> any VOIP products that can.
Then I guess you should talk to FCC and ask them to lighten the demands on
the VOIP operators to provide that service.
Don't bother. The driving force is really the FBI, not the FCC.
And the cell carriers are already in trouble because too many
suspected terrorists^H^H^H citizens are not junking their old
non-GPS-bugged phones fast enough.