In wireless network, wiretapper
can easily receive any broadcast data such that wireless network sometimes cannot satisfy the requirement of network coding weak security.
The act also forbids misappropriation of trade secrets by federal wiretappers
, their contractors, or cooperating communications workers--a possibility previously addressed only by requesting permission to file a civil suit against the government.
The shallow, clannish, persecutorial "bad Bobby" was a pit bull for the disgraceful Joe McCarthy and for his brother JFK, sending mafia killers after Fidel Castro, FBI wiretappers
after Martin Luther King, and commandos after Vietnamese rebels as a "piano wire hawk" of the Cold War--in the signature word, ruthless.
It must have been almost as bad as Winston Lord's wiretappers
In the New Republic Fly argued that wiretappers
"violate every sacred relation established by God and protected by law: husband and wife; parent and child; minister and parishioner; doctor and patient; lawyer and client.
If an unencrypted key is transmitted to one of the managers, how does the CEO know it was not intercepted by hackers, wiretappers
, or mail thieves?
The nation learned that Nixon knowingly maintained a dirty-tricks squad, telephone wiretappers
, and an in-house cadre of troubleshooters known as the Plumbers, and that the President's men laundered large sums of money, some through accounts in Mexico, to pay for whores, for slush funds, for listening devices, for bribes.
Nero thwarts these 21st-century wiretappers
by encrypting the call from start to finish.