- For domestic violence victims, promise in GPS Updated: Mar-09-14 11:11 am
- Senator: Technology warrants new privacy laws Updated: Mar-06-14 6:37 pm
- GPS anklet alerts bombard probation officers Updated: Feb-16-14 1:19 pm
- Ga. transportation officials track crews with GPS Updated: Feb-12-14 5:06 pm
- Skakel granted request to relocate GPS device Updated: Feb-11-14 6:22 pm
MINNEAPOLIS - A pilot program that uses GPS technology to monitor when alleged domestic violence offenders get too close to their victims has shown promise in Ramsey County, say authorities who want to continue offering it as an option to help keep victims safe.
ANNAPOLIS, Maryland - Sen. Christopher Shank says government agencies can learn a great deal about people by just tracking their movements via cellphones and license plates, so Maryland needs stricter protections to keep pace with new surveillance technology.
LOS ANGELES - Officers in the nation's largest probation department are being bombarded with alerts from GPS ankle monitors, potentially masking true alarms of danger.
ATLANTA - The Georgia Department of Transportation is now using a GPS-enabled system to monitor where road maintenance crews are in real time.
NEW HAVEN, Connecticut - Kennedy cousin Michael Skakel, who was released from prison last year after he was granted a new trial in the 1975 slaying of a neighbor, has received approval to have a GPS tracking device temporarily relocated from his ankle while he attends his son's ski competition.