This particular article, discusses the current issue of whether the police and law enforcement agencies should be required to obtain a warrant before they conduct any type of location-based tracking. For example, several members of the Constitution Project’s Library Committee believe that by using electronic and digital techniques to track individuals is violating the Fourth Amendment rights, which protects you from unreasonable search and seizures. This has been a current issue, because the FBI has recently been using GPS tracking devices to monitor and run surveillance on dangerous criminals. Also, in today’s society many people can easily be tracked down and monitored using the GPS location devices found right on their phone. For many people, this has been a privacy concern, because they can easily be monitored no matter where they are, which could potentially reveal personal and private information about that particular individual. In my opinion, though I believe that law enforcement should not be required to obtain a search warrant before using GPS to track someone down, because this makes it so much faster and easier for them to track down and arrest dangerous criminals.