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The Supreme Court has delivered a big win for privacy in U.S. v. Jones.
That’s the case in which government agents placed a GPS device on a car and used it to track a person round-the-clock for four weeks.
The question before the Court was whether the government may do this in the absence of a valid warrant.
All nine justices say No.
That’s big, important news.
The Supreme Court will not allow developments in technology to outstrip constitutional protections the way it did in Olmstead.
Originally posted by Corruption Exposed
Sorry guys, this thread beat you both to the punch