Oct 202014
 
 October 20, 2014  Posted by  Laws, Surveillance, U.S.

WSYR reports:

Senator Charles Schumer is pushing to make it illegal to track a person’s movements by placing a GPS tracking device on their car, without consent.

The Democrat says this type of tracking is not only an invasion of privacy, but could pose a significant risk to domestic violence victims.

Two years ago Jacqueline Wisniewksi, a New York mother, was shot dead in the hospital where she worked, by her ex-boyfriend.

The suspect, Tim Jordon, stalked her with the types of tracking devices in question before killing her.

Read more on WSYR.

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