Cnet claims that the FBI, the intelligence agency of the United States, is grouping a team of people to monitor online communication. The service is called the National Domestic Communications Assistance Center and the FBI confirms that it is getting ready, but that the service is not operational yet. The NDCAC would eavesdrop on Skype communication and in the vacancies for the team they are asking for VOIP and cablemodem monitoring skills.
Also special monitoring techniques for specific companies would be developed by the service. Earlier became known that the FBI is working on legislation to force large companies to build in a backdoors in their software to make eavesdropping on request possible.