11 Jul '11, 7am

GPS allowed to find cheating husbands: US court

A NEW Jersey court has approved of a woman's use of GPS to track down and find her husband, whom she suspected of having an affair. The woman hired a private investigator to follow her husband, but when her husband managed to elude the private investigator, he told her to place a tracking device in her husband's car, local reports said. Two weeks after the installment, it was revealed that her husband's car was sitting in the driveway of another woman. Her husband then sued her for invading his privacy and causing emotional distress. But a judge ruled against him, saying that he had not sought medical treatment for his supposed 'emotional distress'. The judge added that he had no right to expect privacy since the GPS device tracked him on public streets. Local reports added that private investigators may now possibly begin to use such trackers in a variety of cases. -- KOR...

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