In addition, a person eavesdrops
if he or she uses or divulges any information that he or she knows or reasonably should know was obtained through the use of an eavesdropping device, unless the use is specifically authorized.
CCTV cameras fitted with high-powered microphones could eavesdrop
from up to 100 yards away.
The research stems from an earlier UW laboratory study that showed young sparrows acquire more of their songs when they eavesdrop
on two birds than when they interact with a tutor.
Is Turkey in such a vulnerable position that anyone can eavesdrop
on the country, including its foreign missions?
New electronic techniques are being developed to eavesdrop
on the brain by detecting the activity of many cells simultaneously.
The Turkish intelligence's job is to make sure no one is eavesdropping on Turkey and [when it occurs] to eavesdrop
on the one other party," Zeybekci told reporters on Saturday.
Among the president's requests was legislation to expand the FBI's authority to use ``roving'' wiretaps to eavesdrop
on fast-moving terrorists who avoid detection by using cellular phones and scramblers.
I consider that this is a big political and diplomatic scandal which might affect Macedonia a lot" said Ruzin stressing that it is unacceptable to eavesdrop
on countries or partners.
Of course he is the person that people will try to eavesdrop
on most," GE-zel says.
According to Littman, Mitnick was drawn to Shimomura's computer because it contained software that could be used to eavesdrop
on cellular telephone calls and the Internet communications.
An adversary eavesdrops
intercepts the wireless transmission among the legitimate transmitter and receiver.