Overview electronic surveillance is defined in federal law as the nonconsensual acquisition by an electronic mechanical or other surveillance device of the contents of any wire or electronic communication under circumstances in which a party to the communication has a reasonable expectation of privacythe contents of a communication consists of any information concerning the identity of . No provider of wire or electronic communication service officer employee or agent thereof or landlord custodian or other specified person shall disclose the existence of any interception or surveillance or the device used to accomplish the interception or surveillance with respect to which the person has been furnished a court order or . Wiretapping and other forms of electronic surveillance became big business as manufacturing concerns produced more elaborate and efficient means of eavesdropping moreover planted bugs and wiretapping were used extensively in the 1940s and 50s to monitor the threat of internal subversion at the hands of communists. Wiretapping a form of electronic eavesdropping accomplished by seizing or overhearing communications by means of a concealed recording or listening device connected to the transmission line wiretapping is a particular form of electronic surveillance that monitors telephonic and telegraphic communication the introduction of such surveillance . Chapter 959a wiretapping and electronic surveillance chapter 959a wiretapping and electronic surveillance see chapter 952 part xvii re tampering with private communications eavesdropping and voyeurism cited 171 c 524 federal connecticut and new york wiretap statutes discussed 176 c 17
How it works:
1. Register a Free 1 month Trial Account.
2. Download as many books as you like ( Personal use )
3. No Commitment. Cancel anytime.
4. Join Over 100.000 Happy Readers.
5. That's it. What you waiting for? Sign Up and Get Your Books.