4 Sep

GPS Tracking News: Week of August 31st 2015

GPS Trackers, FirefightersNew Devices Will Locate Firefighters in Buildings
The team’s sole purpose is to go into a building and get a fallen firefighter
Source: Cheboygan Daily Tribune
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Justice Department: Agencies Need Warrants to Use Cellphone Trackers
The Justice Department announced a policy Thursday
Source: The Washington Post
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Martin Co. Schools to Roll Out GPS Tracking of Buses
Right now, staff and drivers are getting training on how the system works.
Source: WNCN
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House Votes to Criminalize Most GPS Tracking
Senate Bill 238 would add GPS tracking to the definition of “cyberstalking”
Source: WRAL.com
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Hospitals may be fitting newborns and their mothers with TRACKING DEVICES to stop babies being abducted or switched at birth
The device triggers alarms, locking doors and lifts, if someone tries to remove a baby from the maternity ward and tracks a baby’s movements.
Source: Daily Mail
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The GPS industry is consistently coming up with new GPS devices that will protect us from theft, locate our firefighters, track school buses and much more!
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