sousveillance
 n.— «You get into a taxi cab, you’re under surveillance. There’s a camera taking pictures of you. If you were to photograph the cab driver, that would be what I call sousveillance. If you walked into a department store and photographed the clerk, that’s a form of sousveillance. » —“Is the life of a our path to liberation?” by Pauline Tam in Toronto Ottawa Citizen (Can.) Nov. 19, 2001. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)