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someone who wiretaps a telephone or telegraph wire

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A VLC scenario with one transmitter and one legitimate receiver in the presence of a wiretapper, where the solid and dash lines represent the main channel (from transmitter to legitimate receiver) and the wiretap channel (from transmitter to wiretapper), respectively, is shown in Figure 1.
In addition, Merhav [4] studied a specified wiretap channel and obtained the capacity region, where both the legitimate receiver and the wiretapper have access to some leaked symbols from the source, but the channels for the wiretapper are more noisy than the legitimate receiver, which shares a secret key with the encoder.
This is true of the wiretapper or electronic eavesdropper and of all those who disclose information, that in fact can be traced to a disclosure by the original wiretapper or eavesdropper, with reason to know of the information's illicit origins, except to the extent the First Amendment bans application.
Convicted wiretapper Rafi Pridan alleged that the publisher of a leading Israeli daily plotted to murder two rival publishers, The Associated Press reported.
And all this data can be transformed by encryption so that a wiretapper can't understand the 1s and 0s flowing through the phone lines.
Ning Cai and Haowei Yang first proposed a communication system on a wiretap network(CSWN) and proved a necessary condition of implementing network security by network coding, meaning that source node sends message to destination node without leaking out any useful information to wiretapper [1].
Fragmentation transmits each byte of data individually so that a wiretapper would have a hard time figuring out what the complete message is.
(196) Since the anti-wiretapping statutes punished the innocent publishers, and not the offending wiretappers themselves, Stevens's opinion concluded that these laws penalized the wrong parties, a fact justified by a lack of empirical information from the government showing that the laws deterred wiretappers.
I recently attended a conference for purveyors of surveillance software " an event unofficially known as the"Wiretappers' Ball." I asked one vendor if he was aware of law enforcement's frustrations with American tech firms.
But CSIS wiretappers had recorded nine telephone calls between Parmar's residence in Vancouver and that of Inderjit Singh Reyat, a car mechanic in Duncan on Vancouver Island.
When the lawyer inquired about the file, the prosecutor asked whether the writers were on the side of the "wiretappers" or "those who have been eavesdropped on," an absurd question and one which also clearly demonstrates that the principle that a prosecutor needs to be unbiased toward a plaintiff does not apply in the ystanbul Courthouse.
"We have a running joke that (wiretappers) would not get any information from him other than 'what's for dinner?'" she said.
Warrantless wiretappers had a field day under Bush, and Congress reaffirmed their activities in the FISA bill, for which Obama voted in a turnaround from previous pledges.