Definition of wiretapper
: one that taps telephone or telegraph wires or signals
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Not surprising, then, that tech-minded people would have a connection with the NSA, the nation's largest agency of defense and anti-terrorism codebreakers and wiretappers.
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No, the first single from Calexico’s newest effort Carried to Dust, out September 2 from Quarterstick Records, is more interested in codebreakers, wiretappers, airplane graveyards and other postmodern metaphors.
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