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ser vayl

  • v  keep under surveillance

  • Prison staff sit in control booths from which they operate the doors and surveil the corridors using sound monitors and cameras.
  • So dogged were the birders that even the birds far at sea were under surveil lance.
  • Such as: why would anyone spend the zillions it must have taken to create a CIA-level conspiracy in order to run, surveil and keep secret what amounts to a giant human cockfight?.
News & Articles

  • After NSA Leaks, Senators Re-Introduce Bill To Reduce Patriot Act Secrecy
    While many in the U.S. government and the media are busy calling for the extradition and prosecution of NSA leaker Edward Snowden, one group of senators is working to change the laws that allowed the secret surveillance his leaks exposed.
    June 11, 2013 - Forbes
  • Feds start building case against NSA leaker
    The White House said Monday it welcomes a debate over the electronic surveillance programs exposed by a National Security Agency contractor, even as federal agents began building a case against the self-proclaimed leaker.
    June 11, 2013 - CNN
  • PRISM Leak Will Affect U.S.-China Talks, Domestic Affairs
    BLOOMINGTON, Ind. -- The disclosure of a top secret program that gives U.S. government officials the ability to surveil foreigners suspected of terrorism or espionage through leading American technology companies -- a program code-named PRISM -- could have serious effects on U.S. diplomacy on cyber issues, according to an Indiana University cyber security expert.
    June 7, 2013 - Newswise

  • Peter Bergen in Melbourne Herald Sun
    For the government to then data-base that information, disseminate it widely, and clearly imply that views with which it may disagree provide an appropriate basis on which to surveil citizens and collect information on them, is beyond the... Bob Barr Newsweek Apr 1, 2009 96946 128534 surveil KSM would've been a tough target to surveil," cautioned al-Qaida expert Peter Bergen.
  • Jack Roche in Times Online
    I had agreed to surveil the Israeli Embassy ...... because of the situation I was in,Mr Roche told the court. "It's not a place you can get up and walk out of ...... I suspected that they would kill me, whether it was someone from al-Qaeda...

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