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Feds: Privacy Does Not Exist in ‘Public Places’

• Wired
The Justice Department is demanding a federal appeals court rehear a case in which it reversed the conviction and life sentence of a cocaine dealer whose vehicle was tracked via GPS for a month, without a court warrant. The authorities then obtained warrants to search and find drugs in the locations where defendant Antoine Jones had traveled.

 

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Comment by David Forty
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Wouldn't this be a double edged sword? If we don't have any privacy in public places then neither do they. (:-) Be careful what you with for. 


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