Does the government have the ability to track an individuals movements with an gps/rfid"tag"that is on ones person beyond their knowledge;in this increased surveillance state?Is this Constitutional?
Is Constitution the 'supreme document of law in America'? Yes.
Does the government have the ability to track an individual movements? Yes.
Is that ability 'increased surveillance' ? Increased over what I am not sure, but the answer is likely 'Yes'.
Is having '...the ability' to track an individual without that persons knowledge Constitutional? Yes.
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Yes, the U.S. Constitution is the law of the land. If you are referring to your gps, be advised if you have a smart phone, it has it. Simply disable the location services in the setting menu. That is a start. Going off the grid is pretty hard these days.
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