The Supreme Court just ruled that the police or government can't monitor people's movements with GPS tracking devices without a search warrant.
This means the police can't just put a GPS tracking device on your car and start tracking your movements like has been done in the Bay Area. The Supreme Court has ruled that people have a reasonable expectation of privacy and that the government putting a GPS tracking device on a car to track someones movements without a search warrant is unconstitutional.
This is a victory because the Supreme Court has significantly limited widespread spying by the government on ordinary citizens.
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