FBI turns off 3,000 GPS trackers afte...

FBI turns off 3,000 GPS trackers after Supreme Court ruling

There are 1 comment on the Ars Technica story from Feb 26, 2012, titled FBI turns off 3,000 GPS trackers after Supreme Court ruling. In it, Ars Technica reports that:

Andrew Weissmann, general counsel for the FBI, has announced that his agency is switching off thousands of Global Positioning System-based tracking devices used for surveillance after a Supreme Court decision last month.

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Newburyport, MA

#1 Feb 26, 2012
Unbelievable.....3,000!!!!.... ..When oral arguments were delivered before the Supreme Court Dreeben (on behalf of the gov't.) minimized the extent to which this type of surveillance was done....

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