GPS tracking case has left unsettled questions
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In one way or another, the questions will likely come before the Supreme Court again, said Brian Hauss, an American Civil Liberties Union lawyer. Police should have clear rules that apply across multiple technologies, he said.
"Right now, they’re operating in an area of total confusion without significant judicial checks on their authority."
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