countersurveillance


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countersurveillance

All measures, active or passive, taken to counteract hostile surveillance. See also surveillance.
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The countersurveillance capability of Tor provides a strong claim of legitimacy to the technology, as long as there is a consensus on the right to digital privacy.
Individuals could be required to don costumes and practice countersurveillance tactics worthy of a spy novel.
Concerned about the power of the megacities, they adopt countersurveillance techniques to ensure that powerful governments have only a limited view of their behavior.
one can think of the comical Weinergate here), such personalized access to media, countersurveillance, and sousveillance has also been used to great effect by Occupy Wall Street.
Ashley worked as an artificial intelligence engineer with the MITRE Corporation in the Center for Integrated Intelligence Systems and with the MASY Group, supporting the US intelligence community by conducting surveillance training and practical exercise assistance related to antiterrorism and countersurveillance.
26) Furthermore, while groups and networks imply security risks, they also create far better opportunities for obtaining the needed professionalism (training camps, countersurveillance, bombmaking).
During the course, CIA operations officer Ed Lovette took to the podium and gave an exceptional presentation on situational awareness and countersurveillance based on his decades of experience working for the agency.
Two of the countersurveillance guys go back to scouting for menaces, while Perez and Gomez, both of whom are trained sharpshooters and martial-arts experts, step in as the Primary's "close protection" team.
In the words of the presentence report he had 'a legacy life' - a complete change of identity - he was trained by the police in countersurveillance and has had to live and hold a lie for the rest of his life.
In the words of the pre-sentence report, he had a 'legacy life' - a complete change of identity - 'he was trained by the police in countersurveillance and has had to live and hold a lie for the rest of his life.
The latest user-friendly technology of countersurveillance is handheld computer applications such as UStream and Qik.
In both Kiss's and Huey's contributions, the notion of resistance and countersurveillance is central, and yet, reflecting on earlier chapters and the overall tone of the collection, one is left asking: is technology neutral, and if not, what is the impact on the user regardless of intention?