My employer is preparing to have us all install gps trackers in our private vehicles. The device plugs into the OBDII port and collects all kinds of vehicle data in addition to tracking our physical location. As a private investigator, I can understand why they'd have a vested interest in wanting to monitor our whereabouts while on assignments; I don't like it, but I understand it. My problem is that they'll be collecting other data, such as vehicle speed, miles driven, fuel consumption, etc. Anyone who has done this job knows that it is impossible to effectively conduct mobile surveillance without violating traffic laws...and my employer knows this too. I have tried to impress upon them how much of a bad idea I think it is to collect this data, as it could be used against us individually and against the company. Further, they won't even tell us what their policies will be regarding the use of this data, such as who will have access to it, how long it will be kept, etc. And some of this data will be collected while we're off the clock as well, during commute times. What I want to know is, do I have any recourse against this, or am I just SOL?