A narrow position
The Supreme Court this week rapped the knuckles of the Obama administration for arguing that law enforcement officers did not need a court order before slapping a Global Positioning System device on a suspect’s car and then tracking him around the clock for weeks on end. It was a welcome decision, as far as it went — which was not far enough.
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