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 Leads Chicago Police To Recover Stolen Cars, Investigation Ongoing

GPS tracking helps Chicago Police recover more than 100 vehicles and other assorted equipment from a South Side tow yard. A stolen rental car with an installed tracking device set in motion a series of events that led to an aggressive police raid. The owner of the lot states that, “It’s just a misunderstanding over…

GPS Tracking Leads To Arrest of Serial Thief.

It’s GPS tracking to the rescue again. Actually, there has been a unfortunate theme to much of the recent news involving tracking technology. There have been civil court proceedings, offenders cutting off their GPS tracking devices, right to privacy issues, and now this. Fingers crossed that the some good news is on the way! Authorities…

GPS Tracking News & Gossip for Friday May 24, 2013

It’s Friday!! Which of course means that as we wrap up another week, we’ve come across new and ever-increasing examples of GPS tracking finding its way into our society, and we wanted to share a few. This is a testament to the public’s increased familiarity with location-based tracking services, and the surge in adopters of GPS…