targeted surveillance

tar·get·ed sur·veil·lance

(tahr'gĕt-ĕd sŭr-vāl'ăns)
Monitoring of specific preidentified events of concern or importance.
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These approaches view encryption as a way to compel government agencies to revert to targeted surveillance because of cost concerns, which the authors believe will largely translate into a focus on Muslim-Americans, given revelations about NSA and FBI targeting of this community.
APHA is working closely with the livestock keepers affected to ensure that swift action is taken to prevent the spread of the disease, with movement restrictions at affected premises, targeted surveillance and the humane culling of animals where necessary.
APHA is working closely with the livestock keepers affected to ensure that swift action is taken to prevent spread of the disease, with movement restrictions at affected premises, targeted surveillance and the humane culling of animals where necessary.
As a result of that, the surveillance hawks have--for the biggest part --shifted from mass surveillance to targeted surveillance of selected devices.
12] Unit-specific and targeted surveillance allows for more directed use of resources coupled with a more specific (by ward, discipline, patient type) measurable impact.
Physical monitoring can be expensive, she added, though targeted surveillance might show an injured worker going to another job.
Whether we're aware of it or not, we're all constantly generating and exposing our private data, and the opportunities for targeted surveillance are vast--within both clearly legal and legally gray areas.
The security company reports that the Cadelle and Chafer groups have been using back door threats to conduct targeted surveillance of domestic and international targets.
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This is targeted surveillance, and it's actually a more appropriate method for countering terrorism.
And as a result, many government establishments are worried and some are going ahead and blocking access to the internet or parts of it, not to speak of mass or targeted surveillance.
Immediately after the earthquake and at the start of the cholera epidemic, health priorities in Haiti included improvement of surveillance and laboratory capacity for addressing public health threats in the general population and targeted surveillance and provision of improved water and sanitation in camps for internally displaced persons.
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