St. Louis Judge To Address GPS Tracking

by Kashmir Hill, Forbes, Jan 3, 2012

In 2012, we can look forward to a decision from the Supreme Court in U.S. vs. Jones, about whether law enforcement need to get a warrant to slap a GPS tracking device on a person’s car. A judge in St. Louis is not waiting to hear what The Nine think of the issue, though. U.S. Magistrate Judge David Noce ruled last week that the FBI didn’t need a warrant to put a tracker on the car of a government employee back in 2010. …

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3 responses to “St. Louis Judge To Address GPS Tracking”

  1. Jay says :

    It’s about time GPS tracking is taken a look under the microscope, so to speak. Too many law enforcement officials taking advantage of this loophole.

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