What Is Covert Surveillance

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Covert surveillance occurs when someone or something is being observed without knowledge. People who are under surveillance are most often under suspicion. Locations and buildings are primarily observed because of suspicious activity or to obtain information about a suspect.
Covert surveillance is generally performed by government agencies, private investigators or business owners. Intelligence organizations such as the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) of the United States and the United Kingdoms Secret Intelligence Service, also called MI6, participate in surveillance to obtain information for national security interests such as counter terrorism. Law enforcement agencies such as the United States Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) or the International Criminal Police Organization (INTERPOL) also perform surveillance. They concentrate on observing suspected criminals.

Private investigators perform covert surveillance for a variety of reasons. Husbands and wives hire private investigators to prove or disprove suspected infidelity. Businesses hire private investigators to observe employees who are suspected of fraudulent activities or former employees that may be breaking confidentiality agreements. Insurance companies are notorious for using private investigators to put claimants under surveillance to ensure they are not submitting a fraudulent claim.

Many business owners participate in covert surveillance of their employees and customers. Observing employees while they are working gives business owners valuable information, such as employee production and employee theft. Covertly observing customers can aid in marketing and research efforts and most importantly account for loss due to theft in retail businesses. Retail businesses can also use information obtained through covert surveillance to prosecute shoplifters.
A surveillance operation may be carried out in a number of ways. Agency employees and private investigators may choose to observe a subject without the aid of sophisticated technology, using things such as binoculars and cameras. However, in an age of modern technological conveniences, it is safer, cheaper and more convenient to use surveillance equipment.

Closed circuit television systems (CCTV) are one of the most popular ways to carry out covert surveillance. Cameras come in all sizes and can be placed inconspicuously almost anywhere. In order to obtain audio, wire taps can be placed on phones or audio surveillance equipment or earpieces may be hidden in a suspects office, home or vehicle. Other ways to perform covert surveillance include aerial surveillance and the use of global positioning systems (GPS). A GPS placed on a person or moving vehicle can be tracked to monitor movement to specific locations. Similarly, aerial surveillance carried out by national governments can track objects on the ground.

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Researchers testing in-ear computer in Japan
Without giving too much about this earpiece article, but I thought it exciting and relevant to what Im currently doing.

Rumors indicate that Apple is currently developing an iWatch as its first foray into wearable technology, and the release of the Google Glass device has been percolating for awhile now, but according to a recent report from Japan Daily Press, theres another new innovation out there thats worth watching for.

At first glance, the new device a smartphone and earpiece pairing designed by Hiroshima City University engineer Kazuhiro Taniguch doesnt look like much to write home about. Weve seen mobile phones with Bluetooth earpieces, and while they certainly make talking on the phone in the car much more convenient (and in some states, legal), they are hardly something that is breaking new ground in the crowded smartphone market. Taniguchs earpiece, however, is a bit different. While the smartphone portion of the device is actually fairly standard issue, the earpiece supposedly has the capability to navigate and control the entire system, a capability that puts the device thoroughly in the wearable technology category.

So how does it work? Frankly, were not quite sure. Supposedly, the earpiece will be able to read users facial expressions, connect those to a control command for the phone, and then elicit some sort of response from the device. In the Japan Daily Press article, the examples given are things like sticking out your tongue, raising your eyebrow, clenching your teeth, or wrinkling your nose. However, were not quite sure whether users of the device will configure a customized control scheme for the phone based on their unique facial movements, or if the phone will have factory settings for its controls that dictate what each facial action triggers.

Taniguch, on the other hand, gave the example of looking up in the sky and wondering which stars or constellations are visible. The engineer says that, based on the angle and direction of a glance, the earpiece would be able to surmise what its user was thinking and would look up the information about the stars or constellations on the Internet. By using infrared sensors to track every minute movement of the ear, Taniguch says that the device could catch just about every subtle expression and movement of the face.

Of course, it seems as if a stray glance or an unintentional facial movement could elicit some pretty random and unwanted responses from the device, but Taniguch at very least must be credited for trying to do something different. The Japanese engineers new gadget could see a widespread release in 2015, if all goes well with testing and such.