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Private Eye

An earlier headband-mounted LED display system that plugged into a PC from Reflection Technology, Waltham, MA. Its 1x1" screen gave the appearance of a 12" monitor floating in space. See virtual display.
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We can assure the public that all the information we receive through Private Eye are being handled with utmost confidentiality, Lapea noted.
In 2014, she said, the PDEA awarded P18 million to 28 informants who provided information through Operation: Private Eye.
Journalist Richard Ingrams (left) pictured with comedian Peter |Cook, a chief shareholder in Private Eye, in 1981
In 2012, he told a newspaper he became a private eye after hiring one to find another ex wife.
He said: "The front cover of the current edition of Private Eye has been brought to the attention of the Attorney General, but it has been decided that proceedings for a potential contempt of court are not required in this case.
A source at Private Eye said: "We don't have any comment.
Over the years, Private Eye has taken a great deal of interest in Margaret Thatcher and even produced a 'souvenir' issue (Private Eye number 1338) to mark her death.
The Edinburgh-born actor will be back on our screens this week playing a boozy private eye in Jack Taylor.
uk FOR SATIRISTS Resident Have I Got News For You cheeky chappie and Private Eye editor Ian Hislop has cast his gaze over the events of the year in the in-colour Private Eye Annual.
Private Eye, the satirical magazine which was first published in 1961 after a businessman was persuaded to part with pounds 450, is now part of the establishment that it attacks with such glee.
In an age of instant news and almost-as-instant views, Britain's top satirical magazine Private Eye is going strong at the ripe old age of 50, a milestone it reaches Tuesday.
The witty team captain of Have I Go News For You and long-standing editor u of satirical magazine Private Eye admits e the plethora of political misdeeds and celebrity outrages have left him spoiled for choice.

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