Justice Kagan Sounds Off On Technology and Law

Justice Elena Kagan says privacy interests threatened by 24-hour surveillance.
3:00 | 11/11/11

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Today perhaps GPS can be portrayed as the 1984. Type invasion. But as people used GPS in their lives and for other purposes. Our expectations of privacy surrounding our location. May also change. This happened at that seems too much to make -- mean if you think about this and you think about a little robotics device following you around. 24 hours today any place you go that's not you're home. Reporting in all your movements. To the police to investigative authorities. The notion that we don't have an expectation of privacy and that the notion that we don't think it. Our privacy interest would be violated. By this -- -- device. And an unnatural -- how one can -- that.

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