June 9, 2013 Court, Surveillance, U.S.
Hanni Fakhoury writes:
In a landmark decision in Commonwealth v. Rousseau, the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court ruled this week that people “may reasonably expect not to be subjected to extended GPS electronic surveillance by the government” without a search warrant — whether they are driving the vehicle in question or not.
Read more about the case and the significance of the ruling on EFF.
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