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Matthew Haikali, director of the Media Institute of Southern Africa (MISA) in Namibia, questioned the motives behind the inclusion of the interception clause now that the bill is before parliament.
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers (7-4) used two interceptions and four fumble recoveries to hold off the Washington Redskins 19-13.
While most of the interceptions of terrorists have been intelligence based and conducted by federal authorities, officer safety concerns are framed in terms of "it's only a matter of time" before an officer or deputy encounters terrorists on the way to or in the act of mounting an attack.
The committee noted that several state bar associations that have issued ethics opinions on the use of e-mail over the Internet have required express client consent to its use due to the susceptibility of message interception.
'Project Trawler,' as the NCIS's report was named, also calls for the strengthening of interception powers on the internet.
The simulated radiation interception per unit photosynthetic surface may be referred either to the "true" (i.e., ribbed) surface, or to the unribbed geometric projection of the stem.
Fatuha, Patna: Foundation stone of 70 lakh litre per day treatment capacity STP, 5 sewage pumping stations and 19 projects of interception and diversion of drains was laid by Gadkari.
Each case of interception, monitoring, decryption is to be approved by the competent authority i.e.
McManis, who has one interception in limited playing time, is primarily known as a standout on special teams.
The Karnataka government had issued an order entrusting inquiry and investigation of alleged illegal telephone interception during the previous Congress-JD(S) coalition government to the CBI.
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