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Tracking Devices on Cell Phones

Not many people know, but cell phones have tracking devices that send data from our phones to cell towers every 7 seconds.
If you think your cell phone is a private item, think again.  Apparently law enforcement authorities are tracking many of us with our cell phones, and it's something cell phone carriers are okay with.
   
Scott Budman has the details.



A bill in Congress now, called the GPS Act, would require a warrant for any request of cell phone information before that information can be collected.  If you're worried, contact your local Congressman and ask about the GPS Act, or go to this website for more information:
http://www.gps.gov/policy/legislation/gps-act/
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