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# eavesdropping

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Glasgow scrum-half to wear player mic against Leinster after technology formally approved
The equipment allows supporters to listen to players’ on-field conversations.
Are Samsung's Smart TVs really listening in on your conversations?
The company has been criticised for a policy which would allow its smart TVs to listen to you, but are these fears overblown?
Friction after US double-agent arrested for 'spying' in Germany
The US ambassador has been summoned to Berlin to help clarify the situation.
Government accused of 'frenzy' against GSOC over alleged bugging
Fianna Fail leader Micheál Martin made the claim during Leader’s Questions today.
Shatter urged to comment on report of bugging at Garda Ombudsman office
A report today claimed emails, wi-fi and phone systems were hacked and a phone in a conference room at the building was bugged.
Caption competition: Excuse me, I'm ON THE PHONE
Some people just have NO manners…