This post is more in line with my research interests but it deserves the front page. Watch this story to learn about the end of privacy which began in 1984 (no kidding) with a 9th circuit ruling updated to include GPS surveillance. Both privacy and property rights are at issue. First, the property issue: the case in question involves police entering private property to put a GPS device on a person’s vehicle without a warrant. Second, the issue of privacy is at stake with GPS tracking absent the justification to obtain a warrant to conduct surveillance. The ruling promotes a dual notion of the 4th Amendment right to privacy: the practical result is that 4th Amendment privacy protections only include persons who can afford to secure their property from public access.
Learn how all transactional activities (e.g., cell calls, text messages, emails, Easy Pass, web activity, etc.) are one subpoena or peak away from the government