data surveillance


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data surveillance

Observing data in transit. Data surveillance is typically performed by hackers who plan on stealing sensitive login and financial information. See eavesdropping.
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A business model based on vast data surveillance and charging clients to opaquely target users based on this kind of extensive profiling will inevitably be misused.
The company offers ruggedised electronic solutions including video and sensor data surveillance, radio communications and threat simulation systems on mobile platforms.
The firm, which employs around 80 people, works in the rail, security and defence markets, manufacturing electronic solutions including video and sensor data surveillance, radio communications and threat simulation systems on mobile platforms.
UN was under tremendous pressure from the Five Eyes Alliance soon after this revelation hence, top level UNGS functionaries were forced to remove from the resolution a reference to data surveillance as an intrusive act.
CEOs of many of these companies -- including Mark Zuckerberg of Facebook, Marissa Mayer of Yahoo, and Larry Page of Google -- have all at one point or another admitted that they are forced to be complicit in some data surveillance activity, and that as brands, they will aim to push for transparency moving forward.
WASHINGTON (CyHAN)- US Secretary of State John Kerry conceded Thursday that some US data surveillance has gone "too far.", dpa reported.
1 ( ANI ): Secretary of State John Kerry has admitted that some US data surveillance has gone 'too far.'
But as with other large-scale data surveillance initiatives, it appears too easy for law-abiding phone users to get caught up in the data collection.
But the lack of transparency surrounding data surveillance and mining means that, when a whistleblower leaks information, everyone can subsequently use it to build their own version of how and why policy is made.
Ecuador had been seen as the American's best hope when he arrived in Moscow from Hong Kong on June 23 after leaking secrets about the extent of the US data surveillance programme to the press.
He demanded that the European Commission and European Council provide full disclosure on the data surveillance connected to the PRISM case.