wiretapping, n. Electronic or mechanical eavesdropping, usu. done by law-enforcement officers under court order, to listen to private conversations. ? Wiretapping is regulated by federal and state law. ¡ª Often shortened to tap-ping. See BUGGING; EAVESDROPPING. Cf. PEN REGISTER. [Cases: Telecommunications 493¨C494, 510. C.J.S. Telegraphs, Telephones, Radio, and Television ¡ì¡ì 233¨C234, 238, 240, 242, 244, 247¨C249, 253¨C254, 262¨C266, 274.] ¡ª wiretap, vb. ¡ª wiretap, n.
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