The smell of pot DOES NOT constitute probable cause for police to search your vehicle rules the Colorado Court of Appeals

Sunday, July 30, 2017
By Paul Martin

by: JD Heyes Saturday, July 29, 2017 ) Backers of marijuana use for recreational purposes won another court victory this week as a state court ruled that police cannot stop or arrest someone just because they smell pot in a suspect’s vehicle. As reported by The Grand Junction Sentinel in Colorado, indications by... »

Update-Tracking devices used in school badges

Monday, October 11, 2010
By Paul Martin

Two districts are first in the area to use ID tags that raise privacy, security concerns By JENNIFER RADCLIFFE HOUSTON CHRONICLE Oct. 11, 2010 Radio frequency identification — the same technology used to monitor cattle — is tracking students in the Spring and Santa Fe school districts. Identification badges for some students in both... »

RFID Checks Student Attendance in Arizona

Tuesday, May 4, 2010
By admin

The student newspaper at UW-Madison is running a piece about the use of RFID to check lecture attendance at Northern Arizona University. One poster to an email discussion list suggested that getting around this system would be simple if “all one has to do is walk into a classroom with 10 RFID-enabled cards in... »

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