wire-tapping


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wire-tapping

[ˈwaɪəˌtæpɪŋ] nintercettazione f telefonica
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Based on Lacson's proposal, violators of an expanded wire-tapping law shall face six to 12 years of imprisonment and a fine of P1 to P5 million.
If this were a one-off it would have been understandable, but the political parties have been blocking bills that would allow wire-tapping, for specific cases, since the Clerides presidency, on the grounds that it was a violation of an individual's privacy.
Just days prior to the scheduled release of a memoir from former Taiwan president Ma Ying-jeou, a high-profile lawyer has stated he is resorting to courts to request Ma corrects content regarding wire-tapping and breach of trust cases.
The country is in a deep political crisis that started with a wire-tapping scandal more than two years ago, and inconclusive elections last year further complicated matters.
A political turmoil sparked by a government wire-tapping scandal had led to the cancellation of elections set for June 5.
In 1998, Cruz represented Boehner, then the chairman of the House Republican Conference, in a wire-tapping case involving another member of Congress, U.S.
Government should also pursue the passage of laws that would give additional muscle in the fight against illegal drugs, such as the bill allowing wire-tapping in drug cases.
TEHRAN (FNA)- Turkey on Tuesday arrested 20 people, including former senior officials in its telecoms and science agencies, in a new wave of raids against suspects accused of wire-tapping senior officials including President Recep Tayyip Erdogan.
Those arrested have been accused of forming a criminal organisation and wire-tapping hundreds of people including Erdogan in a bid to find evidence against him.
The China government has asked the US ambassador to assemble in Beijing over the incident and insists that the country has itself been a victim of cyber theft, wire-tapping and surveillance activities by the US.
A spokesman of the DPRK Foreign Ministry said the United States was the worst human rights abuser, "who killed innocent people through aggression and intervention, and systematically committed illegal wire-tapping and surveillance against citizens of other countries."