After a cheating husband, Kenneth Villanova, sued his wife and her private investigator, Richard Leonard, for an invasion of privacy, the New Jersey court ruled against him.
Mr. Villanova argued that his wife was invading his privacy by placing a GPS tracker in his car. The court found that this was not true, since the GPS tracked Mr. Villanova on public streets. The GPS was doing the same job of a person physically following his car, therefore, he cannot expect privacy on public streets.
This case led NJ to make tracking spouses with GPS trackers legal.
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