The latest news on GPS
With no warrant requirement, officers can track anyone and everyone without any reason.
Information provided by cell phone towers can help make arrests.
The Fourth Amendment protects against cell phone tracking and invasive searches base on geolocation data.
A warrant should be required for geolocational data just as it is for the search and seizure of physical objects.
Law enforcement must have a warrant to track the whereabouts of citizens.
Law's intent is good, but standard of proof can be lowered without invading privacy or handcuffing cops.
The Supreme Court ruled unanimously that police must get a warrant before using a GPS to track suspects
Governments will vote on an issue that pits technological precision against nature's whims
Impacts everything from navigating to law enforcement.
Researchers have developed a shoe-embedded radar system that may help you find your way.