Bill Would Curb GPS Trackers

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GPS tracking devices have been getting some publicity, but maybe not quite the right kind. A bill is pending in the Georgia Senate to quash the abuse of GPS tracking devices; something to think about if you are planning to track your spouse and you live in Atlanta.
In an effort to crack down on stalkers and stop angry boyfriends from slapping a device on someone’s car, Rep. Kevin Levitas is pushing a bill in the GA. state legislature which would make it illegal to put a GPS tracking device on a vehicle in a public place, reports MyFOX ATLANTA. The bill passed the House and is awaiting Senate approval.
Source: MyFOX ATLANTA

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