May 21, 2007 | By Hugh D'Andrade

Every Move You Make: Location Tracking and the Law

Can the government keep track of your whereabouts through your cell phone? Do they need a warrant or not? Location tracking by law enforcement is already becoming routine, and EFF has been fighting to make sure your privacy is protected.

This week, EFF Staff Attorney Kevin Bankston will be addressing these and other issues in a free online course offered through the State of Play Academy (SOPA), a virtual space for conversations about law and technology located in the virtual community

Every Move You Make: Location Tracking and the Law
Wednesday, 23 May (4:00 PM ? 5:00 PM)

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