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7/12/2011
New Jersey: Court Approves Private GPS Spying
Appellate court in New Jersey sees no issue with private use of GPS devices to secretly track motorists.
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4/29/2011
Federal Court Endorses Warrantless GPS Tracking
Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals upholds unlimited police use of GPS tracking without a warrant.
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4/28/2011
Cops Grab Motorist GPS Data to Set Up Speed Camera Traps
Data from motorist GPS units handed to Dutch police for the purpose of setting up speed traps.
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4/19/2011
Michigan: Police Search Cell Phones During Traffic Stops
ACLU seeks information on Michigan program that allows cops to download information from smart phones belonging to stopped motorists.
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1/6/2011
Delaware Court Rules Against GPS Motorist Tracking
Delaware superior court judge strikes down warrantless GPS spying as unconstitutional.
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11/26/2010
Federal Appeals Court Rules Against GPS Tracking
Court of Appeals for DC Circuit rules against warrantless GPS tracking of motorists.
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9/10/2010
Virginia Appeals Court Upholds Warrantless GPS Spying
Second highest court in Virginia rules covert GPS trackers may be installed on cars without a warrant.
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