New tracking units are raising concerns among privacy advocates. Garmin's new personal tracking device, GTU 10, was introduced last month and is small enough to be stored without a person knowing, reports The Kansas City Star. The Electronic Frontier Foundation's Lee Tien says he is concerned about "protecting the privacy of individuals with respect to location and movement." Meanwhile, a "Find Your Car" system introduced in California allows mall shoppers to punch in their license plate number for a network of cameras to detect the car's location, prompting an ACLU attorney to caution that "the unintended consequences can be huge."
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