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Synonyms for wiretap

to monitor (telephone calls) with a concealed listening device connected to the circuit

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Synonyms for wiretap

the act of tapping a telephone or telegraph line to get information

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tap a telephone or telegraph wire to get information

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The case "Tvirdina" is about destroying the equipment for wiretapping worth 10 million euros and the documentation for the purchase of that equipment.
But the law allowed wiretapping in some specific situations so long as it is authorized by a court of law.
It also bears saying that during the interpellations of the bill filed by Senator Panfilo Lacson expanding the anti-wiretapping law, the author clarified that his bill intends to expand the law to prohibit taking screen shots or still pictures of communications, which only means that currently, the act of taking screen shots or still pictures is not considered wiretapping," Drilon stressed.
President Donald Trump, who himself accused former President Barack Obama of wiretapping the Trump Tower and first claimed to have taped his conversations with FBI Director James Comey and then denied it, is yet to act in this direction.
Twenty-six police officers are currently being tried as part of the government-initiated investigation into police forces in EskiE-ehir on charges of illegally wiretapping politicians, businessmen and journalists in EskiE-ehir.
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Charbel laid out the new centralized wiretapping process which was supposed to emphasize accountability and government oversight of wiretap operations.
Due to understandable sensitivity, the security around wiretapping equipment is very high.
The Israeli dailies Yediot Ahronot and Maariv quoted a Swiss paper as saying electricians working in the UN building discovered spying and wiretapping devices during a maintenance operation in two halls.
This report provides an overview of federal law governing wiretapping and electronic eavesdropping.
Bush administration had defended its programme of wiretapping without warrants as a vital tool that saved lives, a new government review released has said the programmeEoe1/4aos effectiveness in fighting terrorism was unclear.
From immigration to Social Security to covert wiretapping, the legislation underscores the priorities of local politicians for the coming year.
A federal court has ruled that the secret wiretapping program undertaken by the National Security Agency (NSA) violates the constitutional rights of the Americans being monitored.
In a letter to constituents on the issue, Obama explained that while he agrees with Feingold that the President "exceeded his authority with his domestic wiretapping program," and furthermore, that the Administration's justifications don't hold water, he doesn't support censure.