From The Art and Popular Culture Encyclopedia
- Close observation of an individual or group, especially one under suspicion
- Continuous monitoring of disease occurrence for example
- military:Systematic observation of places and people by visual, aural, electronic, photographic or other means.
- law:In Criminal law, an investigation process by which police gather evidence about crimes, or suspected crime, through continued observation of persons or places.
- Big Brother Watch
- Sousveillance (inverse surveillance)
- Communications Assistance For Law Enforcement Act
- Hepting v. AT&T
- Heterogeneous Aerial Reconnaissance Team
- NSA warrantless surveillance
- Signals intelligence
- Surveillance art
- Surveillance system monitor
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