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Daily Dashboard | Lawmakers introduce GPS Act to prevent illicit geolocation tracking Related reading: What Equifax means for understanding the dangers of OSS

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Sen. Ron Wyden, D-Ore., Rep. Jason Chaffetz, R-Utah, and Rep. John Conyers, Jr., D-Mich., introduced a bill designed to create rules for when agencies can track and access a citizen's geolocation data. The Geolocation Privacy and Surveillance Act is aimed at any law enforcement agencies looking to obtain geolocation information on any individual without their knowledge. The GPS Act will create penalties for anyone attempting to track any person without prior authorization, and prohibits commercial service providers from sharing geolocation data without the subject's consent. “Outdated laws shouldn’t be an excuse for open season on tracking Americans, and owning a smartphone or fitness tracker shouldn’t give the government a blank check to track your movements,” Wyden said. “Law-enforcement should be able to use GPS data, but they need to get a warrant. This bill sets out clear rules to make sure our laws keep up with the times.”
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