The Courts Remain Divided on Warrant-less GPS Tracking

Warrant-less GPS tracking, and Fourth Amendment search rights violations, remains a hotly contested debate in courtrooms across the country. Dissension among judges seems to be the rule, and not the exception. Rulings continue to contradict one another. The latest example comes from a divided Baltimore federal appeals court. There is a potential ripple effect in the law…

GPS Tracking of Insured Drivers. Potential For Pay-by-Mile Snooping?

GPS tracking of insured drivers is nothing new to the industry. The proliferation of usage-based-insurance programs began some years ago. However, that does little to alleviate concerns that the technology could potentially be used for less than ethical purposes. Providers and government continue to dig into the privacy of everyday U.S. citizens. The possibility of…