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Ministry: residential development could be risk to military intelligence

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Why such facilities are located in the middle of the Town?

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~knut albers [14.05.2012, 12:03]
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Do they also ban helicopters and planes from flying over the building? That would also provide an aerial view into the territory. What about surveillance satellites? Reply to the comment answer
~ameeriklane [14.05.2012, 12:37]
This isn't the US. There is virtually no private airplane or helicopter traffic like there is in the states so a ban on overflights seems unnecessary. Are you serious about satellites? You can't ban those.
~Overflight [14.05.2012, 19:42]
My point is that if the place is really so insecure that they are worried about people looking in from the building next door, then they need to ban all other surveillance possibilities also. One can buy a remote-controlled model plane and mount a camera on it for less than 1,000 EUR these days.

Or... they can just ensure the building is built securely in the first place.
~ameeriklane [15.05.2012, 02:18]
Or... they can just relocate to a depopulated area.
~Knut albers [15.05.2012, 08:30]
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