Americans should just say no to GPS tracking of their cars and trucks

Tammy Bruce The Washington Times 12/29/2014

Watch out — as the new year approaches the powers-that-be always unleash a new hoard of laws, rules and regulations. Already, we’re seeing another Orwellian idea re-emerge from its musty cave: The notion that drivers should pay an additional tax (they’ll call it a fee) based on how many […]

A black box in your car? Some see a source of tax revenue

The devices would track every mile you drive —possibly including your location — and the government would use the data to draw up a tax bill.

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Obama Official-Network Neutrality Deviser Says First Amendment Doesn’t Apply to Our Computers

Seton Motley Big Government 25 Jun 2012

On December 21, 2010 the Barack Obama Administration–via its Federal Communications Commission (FCC)– illegally imposed Network Neutrality.

Net Neutrality allows the government to regulate every website on the World Wide Web–a tremendous First Amendment free speech problem.

Net Neutrality came from the fevered mind of Tim Wu. […]

Obama Administration Defies Supreme Court’s Ruling on GPS Tracking

Tim Brown Front Porch Politics 6/7/2012

In January, the U. S. Supreme Court ruled that the federal government attaching a GPS device to a citizen’s vehicle, without a warrant, to monitor the vehicle’s movements constitutes a search which violates the Fourth Amendment. Now the Obama administration is informing the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals that […]

Judge Napolitano’s Warning: Americans Should be Aware of What the Government is Trying to Do to Our Privacy

Happening Now Fox News Insider 4/19/2012

A new controversial measure could potentially impact every American who owns a car. Beginning in 2015, all cars will be required to be fitted with a black box data recorder, known officially as “event data recorders” or EDRs. These black box recorders work much like the ones on airplanes, […]

Supreme Court Privacy Ruling Is About More Than GPS Tracking

The U.S. Supreme Court has ruled that attaching a GPS tracker to your car amounts to a search, and therefore law-enforcement officers must get a warrant before they can do it. Read deeper, though, and it seems the justices are taking a fresh look at what privacy means in the digital age.

Glenn Harlan Reynolds […]