Thousands of paroled CA sex offenders, felons easily disable GPS monitors

A February 2013 investigation by the Los Angeles Times showed that “thousands” of high-risk sex offenders and parolees were routinely removing or disabling their GPS tracking devices. And these individuals have little risk of being caught because …See all stories on this topic » Ars Technica Google Alerts – intitle:gps -intext:Gap -intext:GP -intext:health -intext:doctor Note: […]

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Thousands using GPS jammers to disguise over-long hours or stolen cars

Thousands of people are using GPS jammers to disguise the fact that they are driving stolen cars, or to hide the fact that they are driving commercial vehicles for dangerously long hours. Jammers create a 500m 'bubble' around a vehicle when they are …See all stories on this topic » Google Alerts – intitle:gps -intext:Gap […]

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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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