Article can be seen here (http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2011...s-big-brother/)
Citizens traveling public highways should have no expectation of privacy just because police are tracking their movements through GPS rather than in person, the U.S. government argued Tuesday in a case before the Supreme Courtthat pits the interest of law enforcement against individual privacy rights.The dispute springs from a situation in which police affixed a GPS tracking device to a suspect's car without a proper warrant. It monitored the suspect's movements for several weeks, noting where his vehicle went and how long it stayed at each location.
Personally I find this quite disturbing if law enforcement can follow your GPS, than they can follow your every move. If you don't have a GPS in your car, there isdefinitely one in your cell phone. This will allow for a blatant invasion of privacy that should not occur. We've already had our civil liberties under attack from the Patriot Act (Loss of US Civil Liberties: Patriot Act), We can't afford to lose any more of them.
More info can be found here (http://www.rawstory.com/rs/2011/11/0...o-in-gps-case/)