Court orders govt to disclose data from GPS

First accepted the concealment sender sent in this link which reads: U.S. officials of repression were using the data from global positioning system satellite to track individual suspects, without having to show probable cause before a trial judge – that much is known. rights groups such as the ACLU have asked, how this is happening? The investigation by the rights group practice has inadvertently triggered a renewed debate on privacy over public disclosure, and if it is possible for an organization or other entity to disclose information that could lead the subsequent revelation of personally identifiable data (PID), without formally violating privacy. The end result could set a new precedent for the privacy policy, not only by the government but for business as well.




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