1NC T crime – common core specific Definition “Surveillance” is watching related to crime Cambridge 15 – Cambridge Advanced Learners Dictionary & Thesaurus, “surveillance”, http://dictionary.cambridge.org/dictionary/british/surveillance surveillance noun [U] UK /səˈveɪ.ləns/ US /sɚ-/ › the careful watching of a person or place, especially by the police or army, because of a crime that has happened or is expected: The police have kept the nightclub under surveillance because of suspected illegal drug activity. More banks are now installing surveillance cameras. Interpretation – topical plan’s must curtail actions of government agencies, those actions must be directed against people, and those actions must be about stopping crime or catching criminals. Violation – their plan is about educational related data not about catching criminals. Voting issue – Limits – our interpretation creates a fair limit on the topic. Their interpretation would allow aff’s about weather data, census data and any other information gathering activity. We still allow a reasonable number of different affirmatives. There are 16 different federal intelligence agencies and multiple surveillance tools that can be curtailed. Ground – the neg should know in every debate that they will get links to some version of the crime DA.