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A day later, he had the employee use Tor, web browsing software designed to evade surveillance, to set up a Bitcoin wallet to accept the payment.

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Williams learned that in investigating a theft from the store, a facial recognition system had tagged his driver’s license photo as matching the surveillance image.

We’re already starting to see police departments and technology providers move beyond static, retrospective face recognition systems to live video analytics that are integrated with other types of data streams like audio gunshot surveillance systems.

Last week, the city’s Public Safety Committee approved the first draft of an ordinance intended to set new rules around the use and acquisition of surveillance gear.

After years of mounting frustration and criticism over the mission creep of San Diego’s smart streetlights program, the City Council is poised to begin debating the merits of a surveillance ordinance.

This is not about gathering intelligence or expanding surveillance.

These include having his personal guards conduct 24-hour surveillance outside her home, according to affidavits.

A surveillance video shows the radio car driving directly into the park, just feet from the youngster.

Currently, real-time surveillance systems of disease do not exist.

Ouagadougou, the capital of Burkina Faso, is home to a strategically important base for Pentagon surveillance missions.

Involved in a military plot in 1822, he was sent to Issoudun, under the surveillance of the police.

In suicidal cases it is especially in the morning hours that patients need the closest surveillance.

The announcement sounded like a threat of surveillance, and Coronado's dark cheek turned darker with angry blood.

He was holding the cowman under surveillance, ready to report or shoot on the first proof of his real purpose.

Yourself and Monsieur Giraud are doubtless under surveillance also.


On this page you'll find 49 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to surveillance, such as: care, control, examination, inspection, scrutiny, and supervision.

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