Science Of Surveillance

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Science Documentary hosted by Salvatore Vecchio and published by National Geographic in 2006 - English narration

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"Invisible eyes are searching for criminals and terrorists. But at what price? Will surveillance technology eventually invade our bodies, our homes and pervade our daily lives? Are we creating a future with nowhere to hide? Explorer deconstructs the London bombings investigation to reveal the limits of monitoring technology, and slips behind the scenes of high-tech command centers. In the new "Surveillance Society," every move you make can be watched."

Explorer takes viewers into the disturbing world of surveillance technology and scans the latest and future technologies used to even spy on the private lives of citizens. From London's CCTVs to infra-technology equipped helicopters that search the streets of New York City, the documentary shows the inner workings of these surveillance systems.

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File size: 1.09 GiB
Duration: 46mn 58s
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Video Height: 720 pixels
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Audio Channel(s): 6 channels
Audio Channel positions: Front: L C R, Side: L R, LFE
Audio Sampling rate: 48.0 KHz
Audio Language: English

Subtitles: None

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