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    Re: SCOTUS rules that GPS tracking can break 4th amendment

    Quote Originally Posted by ludin View Post
    Supreme Court Rules Government GPS Trackers Can Break Fourth Amendment

    this is huge and it was an unanimous vote on it as well.
    that gps tracking is considered a search, and that a warrant has to be obtained.

    this could have implications as well for phone gps tracking that law enforcement will need a warrant for that as well.
    since they have ruled before that you have a right to privacy for your location.

    finally a win for the constitution.
    I have no doubt that cops will ignore this ruling. After all, it's only cheating if you're caught right?
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    Re: SCOTUS rules that GPS tracking can break 4th amendment

    Quote Originally Posted by reinoe View Post
    I have no doubt that cops will ignore this ruling. After all, it's only cheating if you're caught right?
    nope because a lawyer can request the warrant by the court.

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    Re: SCOTUS rules that GPS tracking can break 4th amendment

    Thank you Supremes!

    I was beginning to think that everyone in Government was an idiot.
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    Re: SCOTUS rules that GPS tracking can break 4th amendment

    Quote Originally Posted by d0gbreath View Post
    Thank you Supremes!

    I was beginning to think that everyone in Government was an idiot.
    While I don't want to comment on the idiocy or not of the justices - even a stopped clock is right twice a day! (smile)

    But yes, yea for this decision! we are fast to beat them up when we don't like their decisions; we should be as fast to say "good work"

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