Supreme Court ponders constitutionality of 24/7 GPS tracking

On Tuesday, the government told the Supreme Court the Fourth Amendment allowed it to conduct 24/7 tracking of anyone's car—even those of Supreme Court Justices—without a warrant. Full Story »

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by Jack Powers - Nov. 8, 2011

“This is the high court’s first opportunity to address the constitutionality of prolonged, warrantless GPS tracking.” More »

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