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Dad guilty of tracking mother in GPS case (access required)

A father who put an electronic tracking device on the car owned and driven by his child’s mother – ostensibly to keep tabs on the child – can be criminally liable for the surreptitious surveillance. Although a Virginia statute provides a “safe harbor” for parents trying to keep up with their children’s whereabouts, the language of ...