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 July 1, 2015  Laws, Surveillance

Katie DeLong reports:

Governor Scott Walker on Wednesday, July 1st signed into law the GPS Privacy Act authored by Representative Adam Neylon’s (R-Pewaukee) and Senator Jerry Petrowski (R-Marathon). The bill protects citizens by making it a crime for someone to place a global positioning system (GPS) device on someone’s vehicle without their consent.


The bill contains an exception for law enforcement officers executing a warrant, ensuring that the bill will not constrain police acting in their official capacity. There are also exemptions for parents and guardians of wards, as well as employers or lienholders tracking vehicles that they own.

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