Aug 162012
 
 August 16, 2012  Court, Govt, Surveillance

Adrienne Lucas writes:

Today the ACLU filed a lawsuit under the Freedom of Information Act to force the FBI to release two memos guiding the bureau’s policy on GPS tracking. The memos were written in the wake of the Supreme Court’s January decision in U.S. v. Jones, which held that the Fourth Amendment applies when the government secretly attaches a GPS device to a car and tracks its movements. (See today’s legal complaintour original FOIA request (made July 18), and a blog post we wrote about that request).

Read more on ACLU’s blog.

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