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eavesdropverb hearken, intercept, listen, listen stealthily, overhear, tap the lines, wiretap
Associated concepts: eavesdropping device, search warrant, suppression hearing, wiretapping
See also: monitor, overhear, spy
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Because the husband and his paramour have an expectation of privacy regarding their e-mails, the wife would eavesdrop
under the Illinois Act.
The NSA, which eavesdrops
on billions of communications worldwide, is barred from domestic spying without a warrant, as required in the Fourth Amendment of the Bill of Rights.
like a spy and penetrates the culture more and more deeply.