GPS tracking and secret policies
from The New York Times
This week brought fresh revelations about the National Security Agency's sloppy and invasive collection of phone data on Americans and others, as reported first by The Washington Post. In another realm of surveillance — the government's broad use of location tracking devices — the Justice Department was in federal court defending its refusal to release memos containing information about its policies governing the use of GPS and other potentially invasive technologies.
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