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The Supreme Court will hear arguments in a case that could determine if police need a warrant to track a suspect’s car with GPS. Using GPS tracking devices without a warrant may amount to an unreasonable search and a violation of the fourth amendment. The Obama administration has appealed to the courts saying it’s a necessary tool of law enforcement. In other news, Groupon became one of the newest tech companies go public and its stock rose 30% on the first day of trading. After turning down a $6 billion deal from Google, the online coupon service is being valued at over $16 billion. And finally, the Wall Street Journal reports that Google is discussing a plan to distribute cable television programming online. If Google gets it done, it will be the first true video competition for cable operators like Comcast, Time Warner Cable and FiOS.