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electronic surveillance

n
1. (Electrical Engineering) the use of such electronic devices as television monitors, video cameras, etc, to prevent burglary, shop lifting, break-ins, etc
2. (Electrical Engineering) monitoring events, conversations, etc, at a distance by electronic means, esp by such covert means as wiretapping or bugging

electron′ic surveil′lance


n.
the gathering of information by surreptitious use of electronic devices, as in crime detection or espionage.
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Noun1.electronic surveillance - surveillance by electronic means (e.g. television)electronic surveillance - surveillance by electronic means (e.g. television)
surveillance - close observation of a person or group (usually by the police)
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Tender announced by SREDINJA AGENCIJA ZA FINANCIRANJE I UGOVARANJE PROGRAMA I PROJEKATA EUROPSKE UNIJE (11548277852),Croatia under the project funded by European Union (EU), for Contract notice for Introduction of electronic surveillance - the pilot project.
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The Attorney General is required to submit to the FISA court the procedures by which the Federal government determines that the authorized acquisitions of foreign intelligence do not constitute electronic surveillance and thus do no trigger FISA's court approval requirements.
The majority of officers who assisted in monitoring the wiretap continued to work on unrelated matters while the electronic surveillance was in place.
Supreme Court completely altered the legal landscape surrounding electronic surveillance with two decisions in 1967.
Upon lawfully seizing a pager incident to arrest, an officer initially must realize that the retrieval of alphanumeric or voice messages within a pager is not an interception of a communication, as defined in the federal electronic surveillance statute commonly referred to as Title III.
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