Forbes.com: Net Makes Recording Calls A Snap: "Recording phone calls is generally an activity associated with criminal and embarrassing behavior. From Richard Nixon to Linda Tripp, the people doing the recording are usually going out of their way to protect themselves or implicate somebody else.
But now the increasingly widespread adoption of voice-over-IP technology (or Internet phone calling) could make the recording and archiving of phone calls much easier and more common. Since Internet-based phone calls already consist of packets of data, they're potentially much easier to copy and archive than traditional calls. Convenient recording of phone conversations could prove a boon for businesses that need to keep track of every bit of information. But it also poses significant moral questions and threatens to undermine personal privacy. "