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California State Assembly Introduces Legislation to Ban GPS Tracking Without Consent of Subject

California State Assembly Introduces Legislation to Ban GPS Tracking Without Consent of Subject

California State Assembly GPS Tracking Laws Affecting InvestigatorsEditor’s Note:  This bill was introduced into the California State Assembly on February 15, 2011. We hope that California private investigators, associations and others concerned can come together with one voice in reference to the following proposed changes to current California electronic tracking laws.  If the complete defeat of this Assembly Bill is not feasible, then we hope that  legislators will include provisions that exclude private investigators from new restrictions.


INTRODUCED BY Assembly Member Ma

FEBRUARY 15, 2011

An act to amend Section 637.7 of the Penal Code, relating to privacy.


AB 452, as introduced, Ma. Electronic tracking devices: invasion of privacy.

Existing law prohibits a person or entity from using an electronic tracking device to determine the location or movement of a person. This prohibition does not apply when the owner of a vehicle has consented to the use of the electronic tracking device with respect to the vehicle, or to a law enforcement agency.

Read more: http://pursuitmag.com/california-state-assembly-introduces-legislation-to-ban-gps-tracking-without-consent-of-subject/#ixzz1EFVq803A


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Ralph Thomas is author of over 32 books on various aspects of conducting investigations, founder and director of The National Association Of Investigative Specialists,CEO of Thomas Investigative Publications, Inc, The Spy Exchange And Security Center and SpyTek Wholesale Imports. Thomas is a member of the Executive Security Council of Griffith Colson Intelligence Service, a private intelligence agency. Thomas's latest project is NAIStv on the Griffith Media TV Network. He has also developed A Native American Store in Georgetown Texas called Tribal Impressions. You can review his person home page off of: http://www.pimall.com/thomas

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