Justices Weigh Privacy Vs. GPS Bugs

By JESS BRAVIN In a case that questions the Constitution's meaning in light of modern surveillance technology, the Supreme Court will consider Tuesday whether police need a warrant before secretly attaching a GPS tracking device to a suspect's car.
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