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senate Bill S. 395

Should There be Stricter Limits on the Collection of Individuals’ Geolocation Info?

Argument in favor

A person’s geolocation information is deeply personal and there is great potential for its misuse. It needs to be clear that agencies can only obtain a person’s geolocation data with a warrant, and this bill accomplishes that.

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04/20/2017
Absolutely you must get a warrant before you get to know anything about anyone. You don't get to track anything and everything you want "just in case, oh but we promise not to use it unless we think we really need to." Get a warrant. A real one. Probable cause, not just government need.
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Argument opposed

Existing protections against the collection and misuse of a person’s geolocation information are enough and this bill doesn’t add value. The government can be relied upon to get a warrant before surveilling anyone.

Paul's Opinion
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07/20/2017
There is no federal power issued in the Constitution to do this.
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