Talk:Internet Speech Audio Codec

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An ISAC is also "Information Sharing Analysis and Control" -- working groups in various CNI industries (electricity generation and distribution, law enforcement agencies, wide area networking groups etc) to exchange operational information and intelligence under a "Chatham House" rule, especially where such information has traditionally been considered commericially confidential or other disincentives exist towards information sharing amongst peer organisations for whatever reason.

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I have no idea how to set up a disambiguation page (or time to find out :( ) or I might be tempted to write this up as a proper article.


Is iSAC still non-free now that it is owned by Google? If so, how is that compatible with it being part of WebRTC, a proposed open web standard?-- (talk) 21:27, 2 June 2011 (UTC)

Good point. Fixed. Ben (talk) 17:42, 15 June 2011 (UTC)

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