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Even if spies don’t get access to the nation’s secrets, they can still gather information on politicians that could be useful.
When Tanvir denied it, they shifted their message, suddenly offering him money and immigration benefits for his wife if he agreed to become a spy.
By embedding invisible images known as spy pixels in the message, senders can find out when you opened it, where you were, what device you were on, and how much time you spent scrolling through the contents.
The man said he was going undercover at various companies to ferret out would-be leakers and spies.
Just as an aside, the Westminster mission showed the reward as a silhouette of a man with a beret, but the spy turned out to be a middle-aged woman in a sharp blazer armed with a silencer.
It was a shock to know that at last there was something which could make her afraid of Mrs. Bogart's spying.
"But all this spying and suspicion among the Turks make the next order the more necessary," he said, when Mitsos had finished.
Only the quick wink of his eye reassures me of his interest, and gives warning of the spying guard.
It was like the curious peeping of which the knight had been guilty, spying through the keyhole upon his wife, Undine.
I halted quickly and waited—yet almost ashamed of myself for spying thus.
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