Court Case Asks if ‘Big Brother’ Is Spelled GPS

By – NEW YORK TIMES
In a series of rulings on the use of satellites and cellphones to track criminal suspects, judges around the country have been citingGeorge Orwell’s “1984” to sound an alarm. They say the Fourth Amendment’s promise of protection from government invasion of privacy is in danger of being replaced by the futuristic surveillance state Orwell described.

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