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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We will challenge this judgment in the courts, and keep fighting for a targeted surveillance regime that respects our rights" - Megan Goulding, a lawyer with human rights group Liberty, which lost a High Court challenge against the Investigatory Powers Act "When full self-driving is approved by regulators, we will enable video while moving" - Tesla founder Elon Musk, above, after his company announced drivers could stream YouTube and Netflix while parked.
We will challenge this judgment in the courts, and keep fighting for a targeted surveillance regime that respects our rights." Megan Goulding, a lawyer with human rights group Liberty, which lost a High Court challenge against the Investigatory Powers Act "Through this lens I hope you'll feel the strength of the collective in the diverse selection of women chosen for the cover as well as the team of support I called upon within the issue to help bring this to light."
We will challenge this judgment in the courts, and keep fighting for a targeted surveillance regime that respects our rights." - Megan Goulding, a lawyer with human rights group Liberty, which lost a High Court challenge against the Investigatory Powers Act "Through this lens I hope you'll feel the strength of the collective in the diverse selection of women chosen for the cover as well as the team of support I called upon within the issue to help bring this to light."
Ascha added that more targeted surveillance could potentially help physicians detect metastases at early stages.
Anxieties about communism prompted an aggressive stance toward people and groups positioned on the left of the political spectrum, thus explaining the targeted surveillance of the women's liberation movement.
We based our effort on a rational application of MIRU-VNTR, subsequent WGS analysis of clustered representatives, and final tailoring of allele-specific oligonucleotide PCR (ASO-PCR) for local prospective targeted surveillance of TB cases.
Similarly, this unfortunate incident raises the importance of targeted surveillance of high-risk individuals seen having a pattern of promoting and being exposed to extremist content.
Hence targeted surveillance, coupled with intense immunisation, at all transit points must be carried out to contain and counter the spread of the disease.
Of particular concern to this project is the danger that this overreliance could lead to an embrace by activists of "targeted surveillance" instead of mass surveillance--that is, eschewing the panopticon for the ban-opticon.
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.
"The difference between wholesale surveillance and targeted surveillance is huge," said Dan Guido, a director at Hack/Secure, a cybersecurity investment firm.
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