Family spies

Davidson, Andy
September 2005
Brand Strategy;Sep2005, Issue 195, p8
Trade Publication
Presents different technology used by parents in order to track their children. Launch of GPS trackers and panic alarms by Ogo-Sango Co. in Japan; Installation of CCTV cameras in school classrooms in Great Britain; CloseCall service launched by MobilePro, which allow parents to track or ban their children from calling certain numbers on their mobile phones.


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