StupidScript - 10:13 pm on May 10, 2006 (gmt 0) Sounds reasonable.
Old (May 6) WSJ article "Court Challenges Rules on Wiretaps For Internet Calls" (read for free May 10 only, apparently):
A federal appeals court on Friday challenged the Federal Communications Commission's rules making it easier for law-enforcement authorities to wiretap Internet phone calls...
"Your argument makes no sense," Judge Harry T. Edwards told FCC lawyer Jacob Lewis. "When you go back to the office, have a big chuckle. I'm not missing this. This is ridiculous." At another point, Judge Edwards called the FCC arguments "gobbledygook" and "nonsense."