STATEMENT OF COMPANY POLICY
Communications Assistance for Law Enforcement Act (CALEA)
Fort Mill Telephone Company – d/b/a Comporium Communications
Lancaster Telephone Company – d/b/a Comporium Communications
Community Long Distance – d/b/a Comporium Long Distance
Springboard Telecom, LLC
Catawba Services, Inc.
330 E. Black Street
P.O. Box 470
Rock Hill, SC 29730
It is the policy of Comporium, Inc., Fort Mill Telephone Company d/b/a Comporium Communications, Lancaster Telephone Company d/b/a Comporium Communications, Community Long Distance d/b/a Comporium Communications, Springboard Telecom, LLC, and Catawba Services, Inc (collectively the “Company”) to comply with the letter and spirit of all laws of the United States, including the Communications Assistance for Law Enforcement Act (“CALEA”). Section 105 of CALEA requires a telecommunication carrier to ensure, before assisting a law enforcement agency to carry out a call content interception or a call information interception, that the interception is activated (1) pursuant to court order or “other lawful authorization,” and (2) with the “affirmative intervention” of a carrier officer or employee. The Federal Communications Commission has issued regulations to implement section 105, and these regulations require that carriers create policies and procedures to govern their electronic surveillance activities. The Company has policies and procedures in place that are in accordance with the requirements of Section 105 of CALEA.