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The memo argues that the FBI misled the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court about the basis for its application to eavesdrop on Trump campaign aide Carter Page.
At its worst, Man of the Woods is like eavesdropping on conversations between the kinds of couples who go out in matching outfits.
Tahani is forced to walk down a hallway without eavesdropping on what every famous or interesting person on the planet thinks about her.
Earlier this month, Knight filed a motion accusing the L.A. Sherriff's Department of eavesdropping on meetings with his attorneys.
Neilson has turned the partially darkened main gallery inside Spaces into an outer space observatory that eavesdrops on satellite transmissions beaming data to Earth.
The Americans and Afghans eavesdrop on Islamic State communications in Urdu, Uzbek and Russian, languages that suggest the militants include Pakistani, Uzbek and Chechen men.
With names like Joint Stars and Rivet Joint, the American spy planes are trying to track the last Islamic State fighters and top leaders, eavesdrop on their furtive conversations, and steer attack jets and ground forces to kill or capture them.
As an alternative, researchers have tried deploying underwater sensors to eavesdrop on the clicks dolphins use for echolocation, which can give clues about the aquatic mammals’ numbers, distributions and behaviors.
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