countersurveillance

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  • counter-surveillance

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counter- +‎ surveillance

NounEdit

countersurveillance ‎(uncountable)

  1. The art of evading surveillance
    • 2007 February 22, Libby Sander, “2 Chicago Cousins Are Charged With Plotting Overseas Attacks”[1], New York Times:
      It says the cousins, both United States citizens, sought training in firearms and countersurveillance from a person with an American military background.

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