The surveillance state sold itself to hackers as the coolest place to work.
Congress needs to look at surveillance and define it and then create some lines.
But what the papers told him was alarming: that Britain is sliding towards an entirely new kind of surveillance society.
Step 3: Somebody on Twitter mistakenly converts "aerial" surveillance into "drone surveillance."
The surveillance network extends beyond accountability, even to the president of the United States.
Was it the consciousness of this surveillance that made every one keep the house?
After awhile, he became conscious that he was under a sort of surveillance.
All books, but those issued under the surveillance of the government, were interdicted.
And then, released from surveillance, exhausted in mind and body—he fell again.
We pay them forty sous a day for attending district meetings; and three francs a day for serving on committees of surveillance.
1802, from French surveillance "oversight, supervision, a watch," noun of action from surveiller "oversee, watch," from sur- "over" + veiller "to watch," from Latin vigilare, from vigil "watchful" (see vigil). Seemingly a word of the Terror in France.
surveillance sur·veil·lance (sər-vā'ləns)
Close observation of a person or group, especially one under suspicion.
The act of observing or the condition of being observed.
The collection, collation, analysis, and dissemination of data.
A type of observational study that involves continuous monitoring of disease occurrence within a population.