telephone tapping

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telephone tapping

[ˈtɛlɪfəʊnˌtæpɪŋ] nintercettazione f telefonica
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'Under the proposed amendments for the HSA, the administration wants to detain supposed terrorists suspects for 60 days without charges and also lengthen the duration of wire tapping against suspects for two months.
"So may effect na siya mismo diyan sa batas na yan (So it has effects under the law): wire tapping, bank surveillance, freezing/sequestration of assets," he had said.
President Donald Trump has accused his predecessor Barack Obama of "wire tapping" Trump Tower just before the presidential election last November.
4200, otherwise known as the Act to Prohibit and Penalize Wire Tapping and Other Related Violations of the Privacy of Communication, and for Other Purposes.
Similarly, the Sofia City Court has stopped a trial against Tsvetanov for alleged illegal wire tapping while he was a minister of interior in 2009-2013.
One of the prosecutors named in newspaper reports as being involved in wire tapping denied the accusation.
"There was definitely no monitoring or phonetapping of thousands of politicians, writers, NGO representatives and businessmen in the framework of this dossier in the way that the newspaper stories say," saidAdem Ozcan, one of the prosecutors named in newspaper reports as being involved in wire tapping.
An opinion poll by the private Sova Harris agency put support for GERB at 20.9 percent, apparently hit by a wire tapping scandal that has implicated one of its senior members.
Abo Zaid has been detained in Egyptian prisons for almost 27 months; he is accused of wire tapping the telephones of Egyptian officials and reporting conversations to an Israeli Mossad officer.
But the government claims that "existing laws neither comprehensively provide for nor specifically regulate use of advanced and modern investigative techniques such as covert surveillance and human intelligence, property interference, wire tapping and communication interception that are used extensively in other countries, including the US, the UK and India".
While the billboards ask, "Illegally wire-tapped by the LA Times" -- they're headed with the phrase "Class action lawsuit," and have Krinsk's phone number in the largest type -- a Times spokeswoman points out the suit does not allege either wire tapping or fraud.
If convicted on all the 26 charges including accessing and damaging computers, wire tapping and identity theft, the man is expected to face 121 years of imprisonment.