Universal Surveillance Systems LLC donated two state-of-the-art customized tracking canine vests to the San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department Rancho Cucamonga Station.
Meet Lydia. She’s tons of fun (okay, one ton) and is looking for you to follow her.
Privacy advocates are questioning whether the Los Angeles Police Department’s alleged use of a controversial cellphone tracking technology is legal.
Have you ever had a computer or phone get stolen and you want nothing more than to track down who took it? We did just that with the help of tracking software.
The fight against online hate speech will now be available on your smartphone.
Depending on your age bracket, a new device that allows parents to follow their teens’ every move behind the wheel is either evil or genius.
Criminals who try to toss evidence from their vehicle while running from the law will no longer be able to do so with GeoTag.
Federal regulators want to know why millions of Americans may be using cell phones loaded with software that tracks every single key stroke they make.
If you’re headed for the malls for some Christmas shopping on Black Friday, you may want to consider turning off your cell phone.
When it comes to protecting your smart phone, police say it’s all about three little letters: G-P-S.
The ACLU is sending 379 requests nationwide to local law enforcement agencies demanding to know if, when, and how they are using cell phone data to track civilian activity.
California corrections officials are about to change a core part of how the department monitors released sex offenders.
Representatives from firms like Apple and Google testified on Tuesday before the Senate Judiciary subcommittee tapped to investigate what’s being called “Locationgate”.
Apple is updating the iPhone to reduce the amount of time the device stores information about its users’ whereabouts.
Privacy watchdogs are demanding answers from Apple about why iPhones and iPads are collecting location data about their users.