Child safety or privacy?
osOpinion on The False Promise of GPS Tracking Gadgets. This is a thoughtful, but perhaps too damning, article about the double-edged blade of privacy and political problems for child tracking devices. In principle, these things work, but in practice there are a lot of reasons to question whether people will adopt this technology and pay to use it. Most of the companies trying this market have relatively expensive technology and a monthly fee in the $10 range.Posted by Mitch Ratcliffe at October 28, 2002 10:10 PM | TrackBack