csc hw 5 p2

csc hw 5 p2 - warrant Moreover it is so interesting to know...

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CSC 302-05 Homework 5, Part 2 TITLE: The Government Can Use GPS to Track Your Moves URL:,8599,2013150,00.html#ixzz14058LlVj DESCRIPTION: this articles states that with the help of a GPS, government officials can track and monitor every second of every human being living in the United States. A GPS device on the bottom of people’s car can track every movement wherever they go. Furthermore, This doesn't violate the Fourth Amendment rights, because a citizen does not have any reasonable expectation of privacy in their own driveway and no reasonable expectation that the government isn't tracking their movements. REACTIONS: It is very surprising that in eight states around the nation including California have made it legal for the government to track their residents with the GPS without a search
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Unformatted text preview: warrant. Moreover, it is so interesting to know that the government breaks the laws itself to catch someone else who is breaking the law. Furthermore, plenty of liberals and Conservatives have objected this kind of spying, however such law such exists and on the contrary the government shouldn’t invade others privacy as every person has the right to protect its privacy and misinterpreting the constitution laws doesn’t make it feasible for the government to practice such kind of activities. Today the government puts a GPS under our cars and tracks every movement we make and later in future we should expect to have a big cameras in our houses and pockets so the government can see what we are eating for lunch and what TV shows we watch right before going to bed....
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This note was uploaded on 12/22/2011 for the course COMP 302 taught by Professor Kurt during the Fall '10 term at Cal Poly.

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