In a speech at the Brookings Institution in Washington, DC, last week, FBI Director Jim Comey raised the alarm about the “Going Dark” problem – law enforcement’s inability to access digital evidence because of encryption and other technological impediments.  Most media attention has focused on Comey’s expression of concern (during and before the speech) about Apple’s and Google’s decisions to install encryption in iPhones and Android devices.  But what was largely overlooked is the other half of Comey’s speech, in which he called for expanding the Communications Assistance for Law Enforcement Act (CALEA) to cover communications services other than telecommunications and broadband providers.