Blog Posts - Eavesdrop



iMessages encrypted so well it even thwarts law enforcement

Blue ice meth isn't the only problem for the U.S. Drug Enforcement Agency, as Apple's blue iMessages service is the latest concoction that is thwarting the law enforcement agency's ability to spy on suspected drug dealers. The DEA warned that iMessag...
by Cnet Analysis on Apr 6, 2013

Warning! Iranians hit in email hack attack

The figure came from a report into the breach at DigiNotar which let attackers generate hundreds of fake certificates. The report suggests the certificates were used in Iran to eavesdrop on email accounts. The list has been passed to Google so it can...
by eagron files on Sep 7, 2011

Warning! Iranians hit in email hack attack

The figure came from a report into the breach at DigiNotar which let attackers generate hundreds of fake certificates. The report suggests the certificates were used in Iran to eavesdrop on email accounts. The list has been passed to Google so it can...
by eagron files on Sep 7, 2011

New interview on eavesdropping law

I was recently interviewed for a story by the Illinois Statehouse News. The reporter was doing a story about eavesdropping. Illinois law prohibits any person from recording a conversation with another without the other’s consent. See 720 ILCS 5...
by Criminal Lawyer Illinois on May 6, 2011

What God Values Most in all the World

An elderly man had serious hearing problems for a number of years. He went to the Doctor and the doctor was able to have him fitted for a set of new technology hearing aids that allowed the gentleman to hear 100%. He went back for a check up and the...
by Loving the Mud on Jan 10, 2011

What God Values Most in all the World

An elderly man had serious hearing problems for a number of years. He went to the Doctor and the doctor was able to have him fitted for a set of new technology hearing aids that allowed the gentleman to hear 100%. He went back for a check up and the...
by Loving the Mud on Jan 10, 2011

Penalties under federal law for recording conversation without consent

Secretly recording a conversation can constitute a criminal offense under federal law. Under 18 USC Section 2511, it is a felony to record a conversation unless at least one party to the conversation consents. The crime is called eavesdropping, and a...
by Federal Criminal Lawyer on Nov 22, 2010

Troll in the Basement

A landlord who lives in his own in-law unit is usually so penurious that you can hear him squeak when he tiptoes up to your door to eavesdrop on your conversation—the ultimate Cheese Ball. What does that mean to you? Well let’s put it this way:...


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