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Is secret GPS tracking an invasion of privacy?

by GPS4US 2014-03-17 15:09

As GPS becomes a bigger and bigger part of our world – and as you can use it to help your golf score or help you get fit  – a debate is raging on its uses in surveillance.

A Wisconsin state legislative committee recently approved a bill that outlaws secretly planting GPS
devices on people’s vehicles.

The crime comes with a misdemeanor charge and up to a $10,000 fine and nine months in jail.

Last week, the assembly’s criminal justice committee held a public hearing, with the bill’s author –
Rep. Adam Neylon – arguing that secret GPS tracking is an invasion of privacy.

After the hearing, the committee unanimously approved the measure, clearing the way for a full vote in
April.

So what do you think? Is secretly tracking someone with GPS an invasion of privacy?

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