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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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So if our security experts recommend that a longer period for permissible wiretapping is necessary, I will support it," Guevarra said.
Defense Secretary Delfin Lorenzana recently suggested widening the permissible wiretapping and detention period at a joint hearing of the Senate committees on national defense and security and on finance.
He ruled out the possibility of law enforcers committing abuse in the implementation of an expanded wiretapping law, saying they still need clearance from the Court of Appeals for wiretapping operations.
In his testimony, witness Trajkovski confirmed that Mijalkov, the former head of the Interior Ministry communications surveillance department, and Nadica Nikolik, another senior official, had access to the wiretapping system.
The case "Tvirdina" is about destroying the equipment for wiretapping worth 10 million euros and the documentation for the purchase of that equipment.
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.
All work aims to efficiently solve the wiretapping problem in wireless sensor network and wireless ad hoc networks, laying the foundations for improving global wiretapper resilient secure network coding.
Experts said that the talks contained evidence of at least 5 crimes, including obstruction of criminal proceedings, trading in influence, disclosure of classified information, EU funds fraud, and illegal wiretapping.
The NSA warrantless wiretapping of American citizens threatens our very foundation: the Constitution.
The country's new wiretapping facility was inaugurated last November with much fanfare from government officials.
Wiretapping describes the situation where the incoming message from the phone equipment to the base station is spliced into two with one duplicate continuing to the originally intended phone equipment and the other re-routed to alternate receiving equipment typically belonging to law-enforcement officers.
The anti-wiretapping bill, which must now clear its final hurdle in the Lower House where Berlusconi has a wide majority, requires three judges instead of one to approve wiretapping a suspect's phone, limits the number of days for a wiretap, and requires a special authorization to listen in on pols and priests.