Keeping an electronic eye on the children

Parents can help put their minds at ease when it comes to their kids with a number of new devices, writes Adrian Weckler.

14th July, 2007

Parents can help put their minds at ease when it comes to their kids with a number of new devices, writes Adrian Weckler. In a world terrorised by tabloid tales of child-snatching, personal tracking devices are the latest tech tool to keep toddlers safe.

They’re small, easy to use and can be located by satellite on any home computer. They have panic buttons and can make and take a limited number of calls. And while...

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