Yasir Afifi, of San Jose, shows where a GPS tracking device was placed on his car. A bill moving through its final stages in the NC House would include secretive GPS tracking of another person under the umbrella definition of cyberstalking, a class 2 misdemeanor.
Yasir Afifi, of San Jose, shows where a GPS tracking device was placed on his car. A bill moving through its final stages in the NC House would include secretive GPS tracking of another person under the umbrella definition of cyberstalking, a class 2 misdemeanor. Paul Sakuma ASSOCIATED PRESS
Yasir Afifi, of San Jose, shows where a GPS tracking device was placed on his car. A bill moving through its final stages in the NC House would include secretive GPS tracking of another person under the umbrella definition of cyberstalking, a class 2 misdemeanor. Paul Sakuma ASSOCIATED PRESS
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NC private investigators could be banned from using GPS tracking

July 28, 2015 07:32 PM

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