Recent Examples of eavesdrop from the Web
In 2014, federal authorities obtained a special warrant from the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court to secretly eavesdrop on Manafort's communications.
At the first stoppage, Lakers head coach Luke Walton called Ball over to chat, and Beverley went with him to eavesdrop.
As Android Police reports and Google confirms, at least one early review unit of the new Google Home Mini was eavesdropping on its owner 24/7 and sending all its recordings home to Google.
In 2014, federal authorities obtained a special warrant from the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court to secretly eavesdrop on Manafort’s communications.
The suggestion that Florida Rep. Frederica Wilson eavesdropped for nefarious purposes on Trump’s call to a war widow is problematic, at best.
According to that report, officials twice obtained warrants from the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court to eavesdrop on Manafort.
Undisputed reporting indicates that the December call to Kislyak that ultimately led to Flynn’s dismissal was intercepted and eavesdropped on by the FBI.
Recording sessions are painstaking work, not meant to be eavesdropped upon, and by definition there is plenty of redundancy here.
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