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Comment: Re:Okay, so this changes what again? (Score 0) 641

by concerning (#11341331) Attached to: No Warrant Needed For GPS Tracking By Police
True, but couldnt you say that police can examine your fingerprints at a crime scene without your knowledge? It seems to be just another way of apprehending a suspect to me. Sure, if they're using GPS to investigate innocent people, thats wrong, but it sounds from the story like they're just using it on criminals...?

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