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GPS Tracking and the (U.S.) Fourth Amendment

Supreme Court Hears Arguments in GPS Case (from NPR)

This is an interesting case which touches on many things we discuss in my computing ethics course: the nature and scope of privacy, how new technologies interact with societal norms, the need to balance privacy and liberty against security, and so on. 
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