Police used Google location data to find an accused bank robber. He says that's illegal.

"The use of geofence warrants seems to be increasing, according to defense lawyers and privacy advocates. There is no easy way to track them, but they have been documented in cases in North CarolinaMinnesotaVirginiaArizona and elsewhere. Contractors now offer to help police looking to use the warrants."

https://www.nbcnews.com/news/us-news/police-used-google-location-data-find-accused-bank-robber-he-n1086836

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