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nosy parker

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a person who snoops

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a spy who makes uninvited inquiries into the private affairs of others

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Renaming the Welsh band the Snooper Furry Animals and their album Maydiator, the tracks the anonymous humourists have recorded include such songs as Hello Sunshine reworked as Hello Thoughtcrime and the band's perennial set closer The Man Don't Give A F*** as Theresa May Don't Give A ***.
Officially known as the Draft Investigatory Powers Bill, but widely and somewhat derisively referred to as the Snooper's Charter, the proposed law was first published in November by Home Secretary Theresa May. She revealed at the time that many of the powers contained in the bill were already being used by the government's spying arm, Government Communications Headquarters (GCHQ), but would be explicitly stated in the new legislation for the first time.
There was speculation that a "turbocharged Snooper's Charter"was on the way following the Tories' election victory, amid warnings that spaces were springing up where suspects could communicate out of the reach of security services.
The Snooper's Charter ensures it will remain so forever.
First, there is the fact that 44pc and 56pc add up to 100pc, so it is quite possible that all women are either snoopers or believe in PIN-sharing as a sign of true love.
"This is exactly the kind of thing that we need to take action on, rather than proposing an unnecessary, unworkable and disproportionate Snooper's Charter.
John Hemming The Bill, dubbed the snoopers' charter by opponents, was dropped earlier this year after Mr Clegg said it was "not going to happen".
London, May 31( ANI ): Big Five, the five biggest internet companies of the world, which include Facebook, Microsoft, Yahoo, Twitter and Google have warned the Home Secretary that they would not co-operate voluntarily with Snooper's charter.
Summary: The government has been accused of launching a "snooper's charter" after revealing plans to ramp up internet surveillance powers
But the crowded arms bazaar is also a snooper's paradise and another proving ground for the cyber war which is already testing the resources of major-league defence companies.
Eavesdropping on the photons, such as setting up a photo detector to read the code, disrupts them, making the codes unusable and alerting the network to the snooper. Scientists can use the technology to swap data, send e-mail, and visit one another's Web sites because their data is protected.
Midwest Airlines has chosen Airline Automation Inc's Automated Flight Firming and Super Dupe Snooper (SDS) ticketing system to help manage ticketing time limit rules.
Existing aircraft like the PB4Y and P2V were heavily modified for reconnaissance and snooper missions, but were too vulnerable.