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Justices’ GPS ruling breaks new ground on privacy rights

WASHINGTON – After punting on the issue in the past, the U.S. Supreme Court has again waded into the choppy waters of privacy protection in the digital age in a case involving the warrantless use of a GPS device on a suspect’s car. But while still not ruling on the privacy issue directly, this time five justices gave a strong indication that individuals’ privacy interests may be entitled to constitutional protection.


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