Does this break the 4th amendment? Also does a GPS jammer with a directional antenna work?
posted on 01/13/2013 2:43:17 PM PST
The thermal image shown in the article would violate the 4th amendment unless the police already had a warrant for the search. There is a really fine line between being able to use IR or thermal on a residence and getting a full search warrant, so it is rarely done.
GPS jamming will probably bring some legal consequences since it can interfere with the safe navigation of real aircraft. Most jammer available on the market seem to have a very finite range and are most effective against having a tracker placed on your car.
posted on 01/13/2013 3:01:21 PM PST
(sarcasm engaged at all times)
Don’t know. Do they fly low enough for a 12 guage full choke to work.Can’t say about the city, but it looks like if one was doing unwarranted surveillance in a rural area and got shot down.....
posted on 01/13/2013 7:54:45 PM PST
(I came here screaming and covered in someone else's blood. I can go out that way if I have to)
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