Wiretap

(n) Wiretap is the unauthorized tapping of telephone line with an intention to overhear the communication between two persons. Court by an order allows law enforcement officers to wiretap the communication for stopping criminal activities.
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wiretap

[n] - the act of tapping a telephone or telegraph line to get information 2. [v] - tap a telephone or telegraph wire to get information
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wiretap

noun the act of tapping a telephone or telegraph line to get information
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WireTap

[magazine] Wiretap is a progressive/liberal English language online news and culture website that emerged from the youth-oriented project of AlterNet and became an independent, self-sustaining publication. Their stated mission is to `mentor and train young journalists, citizen reporters, bloggers and provide a daily platform for young activ...
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WireTap

[radio program] WireTap is a half-hour long radio show which airs on CBC Radio One Saturday afternoons at 3:30 pm, and Thursday evenings at 11:30 pm. An hour-long version of WireTap is distributed in the United States by Public Radio International and is heard on multiple public radio stations. Hosted by Jonathan Goldstein, former producer ...
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wiretap

tap a telephone or telegraph wire to get information
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Wiretap

Using an electronic device to listen to or record another's telephone (or electronic) communications.
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