The "U.S. v. Jones" decision has caused a big changes inside the U.S. Justice Department.
FBI General Counsel Andrew Weissmann presented to a University of San Francisco conference called “Big Brother in the 21st Century." He said that the court ruling prompted the FBI to turn off about 3,000 GPS tracking devices that were in use.
Law enforcement could come onto your property and plant a tracking device on your car since you have no reasonable expectation of privacy on your driveway.
sources: WSJ and Cryptlogon
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