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Judge warns of ‘Orwellian state’ in warrantless GPS tracking case

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posted on Jan, 2 2011 @ 01:15 AM
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Police in Delaware may soon be unable to use global positioning systems (GPS) to keep tabs on a suspect unless they have a court-signed warrant, thanks to a recent ruling by a superior court judge who cited famed author George Orwell in her decision.

In striking down evidence obtained through warrantless GPS tracking, Delaware Judge Jan R. Jurden wrote that "an Orwellian state is now technologically feasible," adding that "without adequate judicial preservation of privacy, there is nothing to protect our citizens from being tracked 24/7."


Full story @ RawStory.com

Sounds like a Judge that gets it.




posted on Jan, 2 2011 @ 01:44 AM
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they use gps to track certain convicted persons....



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