June 20, 2013 Laws, Surveillance, U.S.
Allie Bohm writes:
Montana just made history. It recently enacted the first state law in the nation(sponsored by Rep. Daniel Zolnikov (R-Billings)) requiring law enforcement to obtain a probable-cause warrant before tracking an individual based on his or her cell phone location information, social networking check-ins, or via a GPS tracking device in a criminal investigation. (A few states do have laws pertaining only to GPS tracking.)
Read more on ACLU’s blog.
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