Questions of Ethics and Surveillance: Who Should be Allowed to Watch? April , 2011

Like all technologies, surveillance tools and techniques are rapidly evolving. As they do, it becomes increasingly interesting to examine the ways we are being watched (or occasionally in our case – watching), and the ethics behind it all. A recent Wall Street Journal article discusses the issue of GPS technology south of the border, and whether warrants should be required for law enforcement officers putting the technology to use.

Though the article is strictly referring to the situation in the US and whether the Supreme Court should step in, it highlights the fascinating way that advancing technology is revolutionizing the surveillance and investigation industry worldwide.

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