Re: Court Orders Gov't To Disclose GPS Tracking Data

Le 8 sept. 2011 à 02:52, David Singer a écrit :
> "United States law enforcement officials have been utilizing data provided by global positioning satellite systems to track down individual suspects, without having to demonstrate probable cause before a judge first — that much is known. Rights groups such as the ACLU have wondered, just how much of that goes on?"
> Discussion on slashdot:
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Remove the tracker in the URL ;)
The original article is a bit better.

There are plenty of systems/devices using automatic recording of geolocations. These systems are used by government services (ex: police) or individual (ex: private investigator, parents) for tracking a person.

The question being: "Is it right to do it without a court order?"

Karl Dubost -
Developer Relations & Tools, Opera Software

Received on Thursday, 8 September 2011 06:23:40 UTC