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

WASHINGTON – In the wake of a U.S. Supreme Court decision holding that the warrantless use of a GPS device by police to track a car’s movements violated the Fourth Amendment, the FBI turned off about 3,000 GPS tracking devices that were in use, according to the Wall Street Journal.