ROMSEY, England, December 4, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- A research programme entitled Communications and Cross-Cutting Electronic Surveillance (CCCES) will investigate novel technologies and techniques in support of future UK MOD Electronic Surveillance procurements.
What does ES stand for?
ES stands for Electronic Surveillance
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- Military and Government
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- Electrical Stability
- Electrical Stimulation
- Electrical System (various companies)
- Electricité de Strasbourg (French energy provider; aka EdS)
- Electronic Sample
- Electronic Shopping
- Electronic Storage
- Electronic Support
Samples in periodicals archive:
A US federal judge Wednesday deemed "unlawful" the 2004 electronic surveillance of an Islamic foundation that the Bush administration suspected was supporting terrorism.
Swiss authorities have begun preparing Roman Polanski's chalet for his house arrest, local media reported Sunday, noting that a security company charged with setting up electronic surveillance was sighted at the property.
CRITICAL THINKING/CLASS VOTE * Ask for a show of hands on this question: Would you mind if the National Security Agency included your family's phone conversations in a temporary national electronic surveillance operation in the search for terrorists?
Although this comparison applies to a number of the Bush administration's efforts in the "War on Terror," this tragi-comic image is especially called to mind by the president's insistence on the need for broad electronic surveillance authority for the National Security Agency (NSA).
Electronic Surveillance And Wireless Network Hacking M.
Officers want the Government to bring in new laws to allow them conduct electronic surveillance on the country's leading underworld figures.
One important aspect of those policies and procedures is the identification of telecommunications carrier-designated points of contact (POCs) responsible for liaison with the law enforcement community to facilitate lawfully-authorized electronic surveillance on their networks.