Your car has no right to privacy

Judge: No Warrant Needed for GPS Tracking on Vehicles

A federal judge in Missouri has ruled that the FBI was in its legal right to use GPS tracking on a man’s car without a warrant.

On one hand I am glad they caught the fraudster. On the other I think it should require a warrant to spy on people that police suspect are breaking the law. See video at the link for the details.

Comments

  1. Supreme court said you can’t use a GPS tracking device, it’s a violation of the 4th amendment. However, the ruling didn’t address the bigger issues of using other means to track you. E.g. GPS installed on the car from the manufacturer, your cell phone, etc.

    Buck, I’ve forgotten my login password and the ‘forgot my password’ link doesn’t seem to work. I’ve gotten no response. Thanks.

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