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
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.
Cai and Yeung first proposed network error correcting codes concept  an designed an information theory secure network coding  on account of certain number of 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.
Obama jumped from opposing to favoring, lining up with the Bush-Cheney wiretappers
Make our government safe for the wiretappers
, environmental rapists, corporate looters and petroleum pirates.
All of us knew divorce lawyers were greedy, but we never realized they were also so clueless that they'd routinely hire wiretappers
The act also forbids misappropriation of trade secrets by federal wiretappers
, their contractors, or cooperating communications workers--a possibility previously addressed only by requesting permission to file a civil suit against the government.
The shallow, clannish, persecutorial "bad Bobby" was a pit bull for the disgraceful Joe McCarthy and for his brother JFK, sending mafia killers after Fidel Castro, FBI wiretappers
after Martin Luther King, and commandos after Vietnamese rebels as a "piano wire hawk" of the Cold War--in the signature word, ruthless.