Use of GPS to Monitor Suspects Argued at High Court

By JESS BRAVIN WASHINGTON—Supreme Court justices wrestled with the bounds of personal privacy in the digital world Tuesday at arguments over whether police needed a warrant before secretly attaching a GPS tracking device to a suspect's car.
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