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Supreme Court rules warrant needed for GPS tracking
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High court: Warrant needed for GPS tracking
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TCP Expert Available for Comment on Jones Location Tracking Hearing
Get a warrant: Congress must act to protect privacy in digital age
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U.S. v. Jones: Where Privacy, Technology and the Constitution Collide
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Amicus Brief in Unites States v. Jones in U.S. Supreme Court (Merits Stage)
Case challenges government tracking of individual using GPS surveillance for 4 weeks. TCP filed amicus brief arguing that law enforcement must obtain a warrant based on probable cause before conducting continuous GPS tracking of individual.
Amicus Brief in Unites States v. Jones in U.S. Supreme Court (Merits Stage)
Case challenges government tracking of individual using GPS surveillance for 4 weeks. TCP filed amicus brief arguing that law enforcement must obtain a warrant based on probable cause before conducting continuous GPS tracking of individual.
Liberty and Security Committee Statement on Location Tracking
Liberty and Security Committee report examines law enforcement use of electronic location tracking technologies and recommends imposing warrant requirement to safeguard 4th Amendment rights in digital age.
Constitution Project Joins Coalition Advocating for Updating Privacy Protections for Emerging Communications Technologies
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