Supreme Court GPS Tracking Ruling Will 'Inhibit' Surveillance: FBI Chief
Mar 7, 2012 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: International Business Times
FBI Director Robert Mueller told Congress Wednesday a U.S. Supreme Court ruling on warrantless GPS tracking will "inhibit" surveillance operations.
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#1 Mar 8, 2012
If the surveillance operation cannot withstand judicial scrutiny to obtain a warrant, then maybe that surveillance operation is without merit.
The court did not say that GPS could not be used, but that a warrant is needed to do so.
#2 Mar 8, 2012
Amazing how Obama's FBI still wants the same power it wanted under Bush? But then again the targets have changed to anyone who does not kneel down and kiss Obama's ass.
#3 Mar 13, 2012
I agree with IMOM on this one. Check out this site for more info on the legalities of gps tracking: http://www.gpsnorthamerica.com
Hope you find it useful.
#4 Mar 13, 2012
How do so many Americans get to be so ignorant? The presidents listen to the policy makers behind the scenes and say what they want. Presidents are there for ignorant people to ble, instead of blaming congress. Of course the fully bribed and corrupt media works hand in hand with the fully bribed and corrupt congress, to teach the ignorant in our society, what to think and say. All we can do is pity them.
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