Warriors may contest GPS disciplinary ruling

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FBI Turns Off Thousands of GPS Devices After Supreme Court Ruling

By Julia Angwin The Supreme Court's recent ruling overturning the warrantless use of GPS tracking devices has caused a “sea change” inside the US Justice Department, according to FBI General Counsel Andrew Weissmann. Mr. Weissmann, speaking at a …See all stories on this topic » Google Alerts – intitle:gps -intext:Gap -intext:GP -intext:health -intext:doctor Note: Newswire […]

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Supreme Court ruling has implications for Lynchburg-area GPS case

RUSTBURG — In an eight-page handwritten letter from jail, inmate Keith Hill asks, “Have you looked under your car lately?” The authorities these days don't have trouble keeping track of Hill, who has made the Rustburg jail his home since September …See all stories on this topic » Google Alerts – intitle:gps -intext:Gap -intext:GP -intext:health […]

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Supreme Court GPS ruling called a win for privacy

By Jaikumar Vijayan Computerworld – Calling it a significant victory for privacy rights, civil rights advocates Monday hailed a US Supreme Court ruling that requires law enforcement officials to obtain a search warrant before they can attach a GPS …See all stories on this topic » Google Alerts – intitle:gps -intext:Gap -intext:GP -intext:health -intext:doctor Note: […]

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Justice challenges ruling on GPS use

By Jim McElhatton The Justice Department has asked the Supreme Court to review whether federal agents violated the Fourth Amendment rights of a Maryland man when they attached a satellite tracking device to his car without getting a warrant during a DC …See all stories on this topic » Washington Times Google Alerts – intitle:gps […]

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