- v. present participle of snoop.
“Beside that a little bit of snooping is a mere bagatelle and we have plenty of our own little Jobsworth Hitlers in this country who would, as we are already seeing, be perfectly willing to spy and snoop à la Stasi.”
“Yes | No | Report from Evan! wrote 1 year 9 weeks ago great post! though your pre-christmas snooping is shameless.”
“Elsewhere in snooping around, more echoes of the US atty scandal — seems the evidence of political tampering also came down to emails between Tomlinson and Rove, never produced in this case because CPB is technically a private concern.”
“The wiretapping and snooping is vital to manage and secure their criminal operations.”
“Court is going to tell us how far government can go in snooping into our private residences and personal lives.”
“Executives who insist that snooping is necessary may find their own temperament is responsible-they are probably too impetuous and also possess a quick temper.”
“FTC asked to investigate Google Wi-Fi 'snooping' - A consumer group has called on the U.S.”
“There is also concern that the presence of so many warships from all over the world will invariably lead to "snooping" - efforts to assess the potential of battleships and record radar and communication signatures.”
“I also have a concern that people are not aware of how much snooping is done while you’re online.”
“As we sink deeper and deeper into a surveillance society, the principle defense against such monitoring or snooping is ’souveillance’ or “watching the watchers.””
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