Judge rules use of GPS to track a cheating spouse is not an invasion of privacy


MaryAnn Spoto
NJ Star Ledger
July 7, 2011

GLOUCESTER COUNTY — Beware, all you cheating husbands and wives.

The use of a GPS device to track your whereabouts is not an invasion of privacy in New Jersey, a state appellate court panel ruled today.

Based on the battle of a divorcing Gloucester County couple, the decision helps clarify the rules governing a technology increasingly employed by suspicious spouses — many of whom hire private investigators.

“For the appellate division to say that it’s not an invasion of privacy is a wonderful thing for the private investigation business,” said Lisa Reed, owner of LSR Investigations in Flemington. “It’s been something we’ve been haggling over for some period of time.”

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