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wiretapping

Saltos de línea: wire|tap¦ping
Pronunciación: /ˈwʌɪətapɪŋ
 
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Definición de wiretapping en inglés:

sustantivo

[mass noun]
The practice of connecting a listening device to a telephone line to monitor conversations secretly.
Example sentences
  • These tools enable the government to intercept far more information without a warrant - i.e. without probable cause - than traditional telephone wiretapping.
  • But even more controversial are sections that make subtle changes in the rules for wiretapping, surveillance, e-mail monitoring, financial investigation, and search and seizure.
  • Until the proposals to change wiretapping and surveillance laws are made more specific, it is difficult to assess how damaging to civil liberties they will be.

Derivados

wiretap

1
sustantivo& verbo
Example sentences
  • First, when they admitted to this wiretapping, they were saying it was wiretaps for surveillance between domestics and people overseas.
  • It expands the ability of the government to spy by wiretaps and computer surveillance.
  • The key problem, say officials, was reliance on wiretaps and surveillance rather than human Intelligence - i.e. spies.

wiretapper

2
sustantivo

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