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Taps and Bugs: A Compilation of Federal and State Statutes Governing the Interception of Wire and Oral Communications

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Eunice Madison & Charles Doyle, Taps and Bugs: A Compilation of Federal and State Statutes Governing the Interception of Wire and Oral Communications (CRS Report AML-0012) (Jan. 15, 1981) (not available online).

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This publication contains a compilation of the texts of laws restricting wiretaps and electronic eavesdropping or permitting such activity under judicial supervision. Also provides the texts of Federal Communications Commission documents pertaining to regulation of telephone recording devices, and an American Bar Association opinion regarding use of electronic devices by lawyers.

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