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A GPS device track Husband or wife justified by court -
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A GPS device track Husband or wife justified by court

This is not merely my suggestion for your peace of mind. It is that of a New Jersey court that decided that following your husband or wife is not an invasion of privacy. It's more of a loving gesture of concern.

in 2007, sheriff's officer Kenneth Villanova sued a private investigator, Richard Leonard., who had been hired by the now former Mrs. Villanova.
Leonard, finding Villanova a little difficult to follow by the normal movie methods, reportedly suggested to Mrs. Villanova that she should slip a GPS device into the glove box of a GMC Yukon-Denali that both husband and wife used.

Naturally, Villanova sued for invasion of privacy and emotional distress. Surely the judges would see that his wife was, um, cheating. The appellate court noticed, though, that he didn't seem to seek counsel for his distress. There was not even an appearance on "The Oprah Winfrey Show."
The three judges' logic, though, will cause many to consider the meaning of life and of Google Street View. They decreed that the GPS was not an invasion of privacy because it only tracked Villanova in publicly viewable locations, not in some recondite cupboard or well.



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