Person who reads over the shoulder
of another person without their consent
, i.e. on trains
,etc. Taken from the Greek
"lathra" meaning surreptitiously
and "anagnostis" meaning reader
In The Meaning Of Liff, Douglas Adams suggests the word "Corfe" to denote a magazine or newspaper which because more interesting because you're sneakily reading it over someone's shoulder. He also suggests that you can turn your newspaper into a corfe simply by letting someone else read it.