Surveillance

/səˈveɪəns//səˈveɪl(ə)ns/
noun
mass noun
Close observation, especially of a suspected spy or criminal.

Origin
Early 19th century: from French, from sur- ‘over’ + veiller ‘watch’ (from Latin vigilare ‘keep watch’).

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Cameras on the corner, in the mall, the neighbor’s house, the phone in our hand. We have entered “the surveillance society”.

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You ARE being watched. Get used to it.

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