GPS, Location Data & Privacy Legal News Roundup

Congress Advances Bill To Protect Cell Phone Users’ Privacy
Forbes

The Supreme Court showed unanimity in its discomfort with electronically tracking people without a warrant in its GPS tracking decision in January. But as conveyed by the justices’ written opinions, the splintered reasoning behind rebuking the practice of placing a geo-tracking device on someone’s car without a warrant laid bare the disconnect between how far our technology has come and the outdated privacy protection laws that are struggling to keep pace.

Location Bill Would Slow Down Investigations, Officials Say
PC Magazine

At issue is the Geolocation Privacy and Surveillance (GPS) Act. Different jurisdictions have issued conflicting rulings about how to handle location-based data.

Police Efforts to Ban Citizen Taping Beaten Back by Obama’s DOJ
DailyTech

Cell phone data grabbing, GPS tracking, “national security letters”. Law enforcement argues that accountability via taping violates officers rights to privacy. ACLU disagrees.

Cops, ACLU clash over GOP bill tracking mobile phones
The Hill

The Geolocation Privacy and Surveillance Act, sponsored by Reps. … if a grand jury prosecutor could subpoena historical GPS data in an investigation, …

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