"Law enforcement sometimes uses secretly planted GPS devices to monitor suspects.... often done without a warrant or court order."
Nothing like being GUILTY before proven INNOCENT in AmeriKa, huh?
"GPS devices aid prosecutors' efforts; Help to establish whereabouts of several defendants" by Mitch Stacy, Associated Press | August 29, 2008
TAMPA - Hanson's trial was among recent criminal cases around the country in which authorities used GPS navigation devices to help establish a defendant's whereabouts. Experts say such evidence will almost certainly become more common in court as GPS systems become more affordable and show up in more vehicles.The growing popularity of GPS systems - in cars, cellphones, and other handheld devices - gives authorities another powerful tool to track suspects.
Or ANYONE, for that matter!!!!
Developed for the military, GPS navigation systems started showing up in cars in the 1990s.
Sig Heil. Also see: Tracking Bank Robbers
Law enforcement sometimes uses secretly planted GPS devices to monitor suspects. The practice, often done without a warrant or court order, has been criticized by privacy advocates who argue that it is unconstitutional.
Ah, why would you worry about constitutional rights in AmeriKa?
And thanks for the one sentence plug of concern for our rights, pro-tyranny papers!!!!
So how long until the SPY DEVICES are PART of the CAR, period, readers?
Already are, aren't they?