Tuesday, January 27, 2015

Police Oppose Police-Tracking Function in GPS App Waze

"Police Oppose Police-Tracking Function in GPS App Waze":
But civil liberties advocates say that as long as Waze users are reporting police sightings that occur in public, they are conveying information in a reasonable and protected way. Nuala O'Connor, head of the Center for Democracy and Technology, told the AP, "I do not think it is legitimate to ask a person-to-person communication to cease simply because it reports on publicly visible law enforcement."