28 April 2012


Even though the Supreme Court recently found that GPS tracking could be a violation of your privacy (or your car's privacy?), a judge is allowing GPS evidence in a drug trafficking case.  He figured that the DEA was working in good faith at the time, since SCOTUS hadn't ruled against it, so it'd be OK.

1 comment:

Bill Wolfe said...

David - here is a beautiful example for your students of the use of sophisticated mapping technology to organize citizens to convert public spaces to green and local food purposes - truly outstanding, see NY Times story:

Turning Unused Acres Green