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They just want to know where every person is at all times so they don't actually have to provide any evidence to investigate someone. So much for constitutional protection. The worst part is all of the dummies that say "I don't have anything to hide, they can track me if they want". Sure, you don't have anything to hide today, but five years from now, you never know.
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We should demand public access to that same information. That might force the courts to step in.
Yeah, all government officials, congressmen, senators, FBI, cops, etc., should have their mobile phone locations continuously published to a web site so we can track them any time we want. What's that you say? That would be invading your privacy? Funny how that works out, isn't it?
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