Potential abuse of GPS trackers


In the US, the use of GPS trackers by police requires a search warrant, but use by a private citizen does not, as the Fourth Amendment does not limit the actions of private citizens. These devices can also raise concerns about personal privacy. Over time, the information collected could reveal a typical pattern of movements.


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