Judge Rules Use of GPS to Track Cheating Spouse is Not Invasion of Privacy
Beware, cheating husbands and cheating wives. The use of a GPS device (Global Positioning Systems) to track your whereabouts is not an invasion of privacy in the state of New Jersey, a state appellate court panel ruled.
Based on the battle of a divorcing New Jersey couple, the appellate court judge’s decision helps clarify the rules governing GPS technology that has become increasingly employed by suspicious spouses – many of whom hire private investigators.
“For the appellate division to say that it’s not an invasion of privacy is a wonderful thing for the private investigation business,” said Lisa Reed, owner of LSR Investigations in Flemington. “It’s been something we’ve been haggling over for some period of time.”
Read the full story at http://www.nj.com/news/index.ssf/2011/07/judge_rules_use_of_gps_to_trac.html.
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