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Scholars have, in turn, studied such resistant organizing practices to further animate conceptions of sousveillance and countersurveillance (Fernandez & Huey, 2005 Marx, 2003; Wilson & Serisier, 2010).
Two of the countersurveillance guys go back to scouting for menaces, while Perez and Gomez, both of whom are trained sharpshooters and martial-arts experts, step in as the Primary's "close protection" team.
In both Kiss's and Huey's contributions, the notion of resistance and countersurveillance is central, and yet, reflecting on earlier chapters and the overall tone of the collection, one is left asking: is technology neutral, and if not, what is the impact on the user regardless of intention?
" Headley attended the following training camps operated by Lashkar: a three- week course starting in February 2002 that provided indoctrination on the merits of waging jihad; a threeweek course starting in August 2002 that provided training in the use of weapons and grenades; a three- month course starting in April 2003 that taught close combat tactics, the use of weapons and grenades and survival skills; a three- week course starting in August 2003 that taught countersurveillance skills; and a threemonth course starting in December 2003 that provided combat and tactical training," said the plea agreement presented in the US court.
An effective law enforcement technique, especially in circumstances where suspects engage in countersurveillance or where physical surveillance by law enforcement personnel is operationally impractical, is to affix a video camera to a utility pole.
It also constitutes a critical base for electronic surveillance as well as countersurveillance operations to detect and disable Israeli monitoring and jamming.
As such, Mexican drug cartels have acquired expertise in countersurveillance operations.
DHS's programs include site inspections, countersurveillance training, and the Tripwire program, a Web-based portal providing law enforcement and bomb disposal units with the most current intelligence on IEDs, their constituent materials, and terrorist methods.
Often the best way of protecting potential targets is to anticipate attacks against them by countersurveillance (or "counterreconnaissance"), then to pre-empt or ambush the attackers.
Critics said the rarely seen documentation of the contracts--some of which detailed company mandates for soldiers to conduct countersurveillance operations against the local population--was proof that Ecuador's military is a private army for oil firms.
Recent emails have included the words Yuma 'In Cuba, a nickname for the United States,' smitty 'a type of automobile muffler known for its (powerful or resonant) sound,' noodle 'to hunt bare-handed in water for fish or turtles,' sousveillance 'the watching of the watchers by the watched; countersurveillance by people not in positions of power or authority,' zhingzhong 'merchandise made in Asia; cheaply made, inexpensive, or substandard goods,' and murderabilia 'collectibles from, by, or about murders, murderers, or violent crimes.