Professor Ron Wright weighs in on GPS tracking debate on Fox News

NEW YORK –  While GPS technology has gained favor with American consumers by providing precise driving directions, the lack of specific instructions in a recent Supreme Court opinion has experts disagreeing over whether police are now required to obtain a warrant before affixing a GPS-tracking device to a suspect’s car. The Supreme Court made front-page headlines when it ruled in the case United States v. Jones last week that police attachments of GPS-tracking devices to automobiles are considered searches under the Fourth Amendment.

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