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investigate

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spy

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to look into or inquire about curiously, inquisitively, or in a meddlesome fashion

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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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watch, observe, or inquire secretly

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In an experiment with 39 volunteers, the team found that a snooper was easily able to steal a password 90 percent of the time, when fake pointers were not employed.
The security provided by the CN method for any attribute for casual snoopers is
SOME time back, when campaigning against the Government's Snoopers Charter (more formally, Regulation of Investigatory Powers Act), I pointed out that it could be used by all sorts of minor officials to poke into the lives of ordinary people.
He stormed: "Homes are being branded with sinister serial numbers by state snoopers in a covert Government project.
THE smoking ban is nearly upon us and rumour has it that the Government is to employ 13,000 snoopers to catch these dreaded smokers out.
Roll on the day when the council snoopers come to revalue your home because you have made it nice or you have a nice garden, etc, so they can increase your council tax while decreasing services.
Detail discovered by cyber snoopers about themselves caused the greatest upset, but due to how they came across the information, only six per cent felt able to confront their boss about the content of the message.
SNOOPERS could be deployed by the Government to check married couples are not dodging bedroom tax, it was predicted yesterday.
The Princess resorted to regularly changing her mobile after security experts had warned her that she was the target of spies, snoopers and phone tappers.
The allegation was dropped after it emerged snoopers had mistaken a deliveryman for him.
I say get rid of these bin snoopers put them to some serious work, cleaning Coventry's streets, removing the filthy litter that covers our city.
This, we understand, is to be enforced by a jack-in-office army of snoopers who apparently will have the power to decide, for instance, what wattage bulb you should have in your lavatory Presumably also, as in Nazi Germany, denouncing one's neighbours will be a nice little earner.
Instead of setting snoopers on harassed mums who smack well loved children once and are then consumed with guilt, let's implement the laws we have.