The unauthorized interception of telecommunications...
Maybe it's just a language barrier, but verbiage like that makes me think of some sort of active
process where you're expending some amount of effort to extract data that you otherwise would not have had access to. In other words, you're doing a heck of a lot more than connecting a scanner to an antenna and applying power.
It continues to amaze me the abundance of ignorance displayed by some nations/regions/authorities with such laws. It's like standing in the middle of a room and yelling to various people through a loudspeaker and then arresting anyone but your intended recipients for relaying what you said. If the communications should indeed be kept from the "general public", why weren't you
arrested for negligence due to your manner of distribution?