Citing Orwell, justices appear wary of GPS surveillance by police

, The National Law Journal

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Police use of GPS surveillance and society's expectations of privacy clashed in the U.S. Supreme Court on Tuesday as justices weighed new technology and its impact on Fourth Amendment rights.

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  • Marco Menezes

    Why not trespass to property by the state as a key distinction between this and other types of permissible warantless surveillance?

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