Lawsuit Seeks FBI's GPS Policy

The feds are supposed to be reining-in their tracking efforts


The American Civil Liberties Union is getting increasingly involved in issues related to motorist privacy. The left-leaning civil rights group on Thursday launched a lawsuit in the US District Court for the Southern District of New York in the hopes of forcing the Federal Bureau of Investigation to hand over policy memos that detail how the crime-fighting agency is implementing the US Supreme Court's recent Jones decision curtailing the use of GPS devices to spy on motorists without a warrant.