Sunday, October 24, 2010

Another GPS Editorial

The Nashua Telegraph just published an editorial on GPS tracking and whether a person has to return a GPS device placed secretly by the police.

The key lines: "This case underscores – again – the gulf between the impingement on privacy rights new technologies enable, and the distance our laws have yet to cover to bridge this gulf."

See here and here on the blog and here for a draft of an article I am publishing on the topic this winter. As I noted before, I think the warrantless use of GPS tracking devices by law enforcement presents significant Fourth Amendment issues.


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