Teenager Contests Speeding Ticket with GPS Data

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Keep your eyes peeled for this one in 2009: a California teenager is trying to get out of a speeding ticket by convincing a court to admit data from his GPS unit. At present, courts are hesitant to admit GPS data in such cases– even courts that follow the Daubert v.

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Big Brother’s Countdown: Census 2010 via GPS

JetLawBlog

For the first time ever, canvassers are equipped with handheld computers that include a built-in GPS. Some people think that this use of technology is an invasion of privacy, and are upset over a $700 million taxpayer-funded contract to collect GPS readings for every front door in the country.

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Lawyer’s App Lets Clients in Trouble Summon Him Via GPS

Media Law

The post Lawyer’s App Lets Clients in Trouble Summon Him Via GPS appeared first on Robert Ambrogi's LawSites. When New York City lawyer Sachin Gadh started his law practice, he wanted to be there for his clients when they needed him. In fact, he wanted to put himself right on their mobile phones. So he developed an app to do just that. He calls it Gadh. Gadh is an app for iPhones that […].

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Texas Grammy GPS: Music Business Professional Development

Current Trends

The Texas Chapter of the Grammy Organization is hosting “Grammy GPS&# in Dallas, Texas on Monday, November 1, 2010. GRAMMY ® GPS: A Roadmap for Today’s Music Biz. Monday, November 1. Workshops 10:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. Trammell & Margaret Crow Asian Art Museum ( 2010 Flora Street, Dallas, TX 75201). Join fellow music makers for a professional development event designed to inform musicians and industry professionals about today’s ever-changing music industry.

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U.S. government to fight for warrantless GPS tracking | Security & Privacy - CNET News

Communications And Entertainment Law Blog

government to fight for warrantless GPS tracking | Security & Privacy - CNET News

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There's No Sense Waiting to See What the U.S. Supreme Court Has to Say about GPS Tracking

New Media and Technology Law

27, 2011), who ruled that GPS tracking of a public official suspected of having a no-show municipal job did not require a warrant. Judge Noce noted precedent in the Eighth Circuit, as well as other circuits, for warrantless GPS tracking in similar situations. The GPS tracking of the defendant’s automobile was conducted by the public corruption squad of the FBI, whose agents tracked the defendant using physical surveillance techniques for an unspecified period of time.

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Off Topic: A GPS Tracker for the iPhone

Media Law

I like to bike and hike and I’ve been looking for a GPS app for my iPhone that would track my routes. Then I tried MotionX-GPS. I did all this using the free version, called MotionX GPS Lite.

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There’s No Sense Waiting to See What the U.S. Supreme Court Has to Say about GPS Tracking

New Media and Technology Law

27, 2011), who ruled that GPS tracking of a public official suspected of having a no-show municipal job did not require a warrant. Judge Noce noted precedent in the Eighth Circuit, as well as other circuits, for warrantless GPS tracking in similar situations. The GPS tracking of the defendant’s automobile was conducted by the public corruption squad of the FBI, whose agents tracked the defendant using physical surveillance techniques for an unspecified period of time.

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U. S. Supreme Court Unanimously Rule that GPS Installation and Tracking of a Vehicle Constitutes a Search, But The Justices Disagree on Rationale - Are Lines Being Drawn on Privacy Rights and New Technology?

New Media and Technology Law

Antoine Jones that the Government’s attachment of a GPS-tracking device to a vehicle, and the subsequent monitoring of the movements of that vehicle on public streets, constitutes a search. The GPS-tracking issue reminds us once again, that technology leads, and the law struggles to follow. Despite the unanimous result, the Justices were not in agreement on why GPS installation and tracking constitute a search under the Fourth Amendment. GPS Privacy locational privacy

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U. S. Supreme Court Unanimously Rule that GPS Installation and Tracking of a Vehicle Constitutes a Search, But The Justices Disagree on Rationale – Are Lines Being Drawn on Privacy Rights and New Technology?

New Media and Technology Law

Antoine Jones that the Government’s attachment of a GPS-tracking device to a vehicle, and the subsequent monitoring of the movements of that vehicle on public streets, constitutes a search. The GPS-tracking issue reminds us once again, that technology leads, and the law struggles to follow. Despite the unanimous result, the Justices were not in agreement on why GPS installation and tracking constitute a search under the Fourth Amendment. Privacy GPS locational privacy

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Trump Attorney Michael Cohen Drops Libel Lawsuits Against Buzzfeed, Fusion GPS

THR, Esq. Entertainment & Media Law Blog

The lawsuits challenged what was said about him in the infamous "Trump Dossier." read more. THR, Esq. Politics Politics Tech THR Online

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U. S. Supreme Court Unanimously Rule that GPS Installation and Tracking of a Vehicle Constitutes a Search, But The Justices Disagree on Rationale – Are Lines Being Drawn on Privacy Rights and New Technology?

New Media and Technology Law

Antoine Jones that the Government’s attachment of a GPS-tracking device to a vehicle, and the subsequent monitoring of the movements of that vehicle on public streets, constitutes a search. The GPS-tracking issue reminds us once again, that technology leads, and the law struggles to follow. Despite the unanimous result, the Justices were not in agreement on why GPS installation and tracking constitute a search under the Fourth Amendment. Privacy GPS locational privacy

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U. S. Supreme Court Unanimously Rule that GPS Installation and Tracking of a Vehicle Constitutes a Search, But The Justices Disagree on Rationale – Are Lines Being Drawn on Privacy Rights and New Technology?

New Media and Technology Law

Antoine Jones that the Government’s attachment of a GPS-tracking device to a vehicle, and the subsequent monitoring of the movements of that vehicle on public streets, constitutes a search. The GPS-tracking issue reminds us once again, that technology leads, and the law struggles to follow. Despite the unanimous result, the Justices were not in agreement on why GPS installation and tracking constitute a search under the Fourth Amendment. Privacy GPS locational privacy

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Fareed Zakaria GPS 4/30/17 | DESTROY DONALD TRUMP

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Monday Morning JetLawg

JetLawBlog

In the news. Tracking devices on new cars continuing to raise privacy concerns. Study: Those who download the most music illegally also buy the most. Court awards Facebook $711 million in damages from spammer, criminal case continues.

Monday Morning JetLawg

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Sprint providing law enforcement with subscribers GPS information. In the news. Is Wikipedia becoming an oligarchy ? Disabled mayor prepared to bring ADA claim against Disney World for treatment over four-wheeled iBOT at Magic Kingdom.

Karl Rove Super PAC Launches Attack Ad Targeting Hollywood-Backed Senate Candidate Elizabeth Warren (Video)

THR, Esq. Entertainment & Media Law Blog

Tina Daunt Crossroads GPS blasts Warren's support for the Occupy Wall Street movement in a wide release of television ads in Massachusetts read more. THR, Esq. The Business Home Karl Rove Politics

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BuzzFeed Invokes Reporter's Privilege to Shield Trump Dossier Source

THR, Esq. Entertainment & Media Law Blog

Aleksej Gurbarev wants to know the identity of the source after learning BuzzFeed didn't get the spy report from Fusion GPS. read more. THR, Esq. Business Politics Tech Business THR Online

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LawSauce App Helps You Locate Legal Materials Worldwide

Media Law

Two experts in legal research have developed an app for iOS and Android devices that they describe as like an international GPS for lawyers, helping you quickly locate the right web resource for a variety of legal research tasks. After trying it out over several days, I am impressed by how much it covers. The post LawSauce App Helps You Locate Legal Materials Worldwide appeared first on Robert Ambrogi's LawSites. General apps

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Fourth Amendment Appeal before Georgia Supreme Court over Airbag Crash Data Could Have Implications for Autonomous Cars and Related Technologies

New Media and Technology Law

array of sensors, cameras, GPS, software outputs related to assisted driving). Supreme Court’s Jones decision about GPS tracking , a comment by Justice Alito in a concurring opinion in the 2011 Brown decision – holding that videogames are entitled to First Amendment protection – remains apt today: “In considering the application of unchanging constitutional principles to new and rapidly evolving technology, this Court should proceed with caution.

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Post-ILTA>ON Round-up: Tons of Legal Tech News – Acquisitions, Launches, Updates and More

Media Law

FileTrail , the company that provides information governance and records management software for law firms and highly regulated industries, released a new version of its software, FileTrail GPS 5.0. FileTrail GPS 5.0

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Supreme Court: Dog Sniffs At Persons’ Homes Are Searches Requiring Probable Cause Under the Fourth Amendment

Entertainment Law

Jones , the GPS case from last term, the Court’s majority today reaffirmed a centuries-old tradition to “keep easy cases easy”—the government must obtain a warrant before it may intrude upon private property in order to gather evidence of a crime. The use of a trained police narcotics dog is no different than the use of GPS or thermal heat imaging technology. Washington, DC (March 26, 2013) – In its decision in Florida v. Jardines (11-564), the U.S.

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Roundup of Company and Product News from ILTACON, Part 4: FileTrail, Workstorm, Casepoint, SeeUnity

Media Law

who told me about the GPS (Governance Policy Suite) product the company released earlier this year and a recent update designed to address the expensive overhead and complex tasks associated with matter mobility, including lateral moves and other records transfers.

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Mobile App VPPA Suit Survives Spokeo Standing Challenge

New Media and Technology Law

a user of the free USA Today app alleged that each time he viewed a video clip, the app transmitted his mobile Android ID, GPS coordinates and identification of the watched video to a third-party analytics company to create user profiles for the purposes of targeted advertising, in violation of the Video Privacy Protection Act (VPPA). In Yershov v. Gannett Satellite Information Network, Inc. ,

User of Free App May Be “Consumer” under the Video Privacy Protection Act

New Media and Technology Law

In Yershov , a user of the USA Today app alleged that each time he viewed a video clip, the app transmitted his mobile Android ID, GPS coordinates and identification of the watched video to a third-party analytics company to create user profiles for the purposes of targeted advertising, all in violation of the VPPA. As a result, courts are still grappling with whether unique device IDs and GPS data are PII under the statute.

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User of Free App May Be “Consumer” under the Video Privacy Protection Act

New Media and Technology Law

In Yershov , a user of the USA Today app alleged that each time he viewed a video clip, the app transmitted his mobile Android ID, GPS coordinates and identification of the watched video to a third-party analytics company to create user profiles for the purposes of targeted advertising, all in violation of the VPPA. As a result, courts are still grappling with whether unique device IDs and GPS data are PII under the statute.

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How Do We Know Driverless Cars Are Safe? Google Says ‘Trust Us’

Digital Media Law

And that’s not to mention the GPS data associated with the passengers (i.e., Maybe one day the car will hit exactly 32 mph – a binary number that looks like this, 100000 – at precisely the same time a car in the next lane is decelerating and hits 16 mph (10000) and that confluence of zeros and velocity changes triggers some quirky bug that only appears if GPS signal is momentarily lost and a train crosses in front of the car.

Breonna Taylor's ex-boyfriend offered plea that said she was part of 'criminal enterprise,' family attorney says - The Washington Post

Communications And Entertainment Law Blog

GPS trackers on Glover’s car showed him visiting her apartment, and police photos showed her at a suspected drug house. "If you think America is not evil the Louisville prosecutors have offered a plea deal to her ex-boyfriend if he would commit perjury (lying under oath) to implicate Ms.

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Supreme Court Rules that Warrants Generally Are Required to Collect Cellphone Data - The New York Times

Communications And Entertainment Law Blog

It limited the ability of the police to use GPS devices to track suspects’ movements, and it required a warrant to search cellphones. Finally some good news.

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New Recording Artist Checklist: What Every Artist Should Think About

Current Trends

I am excited to co-present with attorney Joe Stallone at the Dallas edition of Grammy GPS. Our topic “Legal Considerations for Every Aspiring Artist&# is broad. Our 75 minute presentation will be fast paced and hit the high points on items new recording artists and folks breaking into the music business should consider. Below are the four broad areas we discussed as well as links for additional information on each topic. Assembling Your Team.

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Ninth Circuit Rejects VPPA Claims of Roku Channel User, Declining to Adopt Broad Definition of PII

New Media and Technology Law

Indeed, as the Ninth Circuit noted in dicta, “modern technology may indeed alter—or may already have altered—what qualifies under the statute” and one could imagine other disclosures beyond a consumer’s name and address that may also count as PII, such as an individual’s name and birthday, email address or, as previously litigated in the First Circuit, data including mobile GPS coordinates.

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It's Ten O'Clock. Does the FBI Know Where You (Or At Least Your Cell Phone) Are?

New Media and Technology Law

The importance of locational data, to subscribers and law enforcement authorities, can only increase with the proliferation of GPS-enabled smartphones. While locational information generated from cell site data can be revealing, GPS-enabled applications have the potential to reveal even more sensitive information about subscribers. A GPS-enabled smartphone can be located much more precisely than an ordinary cell phone.

The Devil’s Greatest Trick: Google in Paris for the Great Art Heist

Music Technology Policy

Android would track him and sell his GPS coordinates to the highest bidder as well as providing a copy of his voiceprint identification and cell phone metadata to the NSA. VERBAL. …anybody could have worked for Soze. You never knew. That was his power. The greatest trick the Devil ever pulled was convincing the world he didn’t exist. From The Usual Suspects , written by Christopher McQuarrie. We’ve all heard the “don’t be evil” mantra from Google.

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Legal Tech Round-up, Post-Vacation Edition: Two Weeks of Tech News

Media Law

FileTrail announced that global law firm Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld LLP has adopted the company’s FileTrail GPS product to support its information governance program. When I left for vacation 2.5 weeks ago, I jokingly sent out a tweet, “Dear #legaltech world: Please stop making news for two weeks. I’m trying to take some time off.” ” Unfortunately, the legal tech world did not get my message.

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DWT (Driving While Texting): The New DUI?

JetLawBlog

Devices built into cars, such as GPS navigation systems and complicated radio controls, present their own safety risks, but the driver’s personal cell phone still receives a large (and well-deserved) chunk of the blame for distraction-induced auto accidents.

No VPPA Liability for Disclosure of Certain Anonymous Digital Identifiers

New Media and Technology Law

The plaintiffs urged a broad interpretation akin to the recent interpretation of the VPPA by the First Circuit, which held that the disclosure of a user’s Android ID + GPS data + video viewing information qualified as PII under the VPPA.

No VPPA Liability for Disclosure of Certain Anonymous Digital Identifiers

New Media and Technology Law

The plaintiffs urged a broad interpretation akin to the recent interpretation of the VPPA by the First Circuit, which held that the disclosure of a user’s Android ID + GPS data + video viewing information qualified as PII under the VPPA.

Site Lets Lawyers Build Their Own Mobile Apps

Media Law

Apps created through the site would let users call your office with one-touch dialing, get GPS directions to your office, and schedule appointments. A sample shown on the site. I happened across a website called MyPocketAttorney that says it will let lawyers build their own smartphone apps using templates designed for law offices and legal professionals. As of this morning, a notice on the site says, “Site Under Construction! Launch Date 1-20-2012.” ” Today being Jan.

BLAWG REVIEW #212

Current Trends

Just make sure she really wants you hanging around because GPS can now be attached to stalkers. By Tamera H. Bennett. BLAWG REVIEW #212. “You Don’t Have To Call Me Darlin,’ Darlin’&#.

Emerging Technology and Existing Law: Can Geofencing Provide Radio Webcasters a Workaround of Digital Performance Royalties?

New Media and Technology Law

Geofencing is a location-based technology that creates a virtual perimeter around an area or location ranging in size from a single building to an entire state and then allows an entity to determine if a user’s mobile phone, device or computer is within this perimeter based upon the user’s IP address, WiFi and GSM access points, and GPS coordinates.

Broadcaster Asks Court to Declare that Internet Simulcasts of Radio Station Exempt From SoundExchange Royalties If Geo-Limited to a 150 Mile Zone

Broadcast Law Blog

The station argues that it can use geo-fencing technologies that did not exist in the early days of webcasting, limiting the Internet rebroadcasts to a limited geographical area using a combination of IP addresses and GPS confirmations, to keep all retransmissions to an area well-within the statutory 150 mile zone.

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Phantom 3 and 4 (Advanced and Pro) vs Yuneec Typhoon

3D Printing Hub

All drones, except the Phantom 3 Standard and Typhoon Q500 4K, have both GPS and GLONASS positioning. Do you want to get flying but don’t know where to begin? We have comprehensively covered DJI’s Phantom and Yuneec’s Typhoon drones to determine which is the best purchase. Let’s get straight down to business. Design. The first difference you will notice between the Phantom and Typhoon drones is their appearance.

ACLU?VT Joins National Effort To Learn Details Of Use Of Automated License Plate Readers

Communications And Entertainment Law Blog

Typically, each photo is time-, date-, and GPS-stamped, stored, and sent to a database, which provides an alert to a patrol officer whenever a match or "hit" appears.

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