GPS tracking

 

Can the police use GPS to spy on you? Supreme Court leaves big questions unanswered

The Supreme Court said Monday that GPS tracking is unconstitutional. But what about cell phones, email or Facebook? The court left those questions unanswered.

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Are we becoming a police state? Five things that have civil liberties advocates nervous

A bill passed by the Senate last week would allow the military to detain American citizens indefinitely. The bill is just one of many that has civil liberties advocates worried.

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Should the police be able to track your every move? Supreme Court grapples with GPS surveillance case

The Supreme Court heard arguments Tuesday in a GPS tracking case that could have profound implications for how the government uses technology to track Americans’ movements.

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