Beast Technology: Smart Watch Lets Parents Track Kids (Video)

We can track our children and the government and corporations can track the adults....who is tracking them?  
The idea, placing GPS trackers on small children, in and of itself is not necessarily a bad idea.  No doubt it will help parents in the short run.  Long term, this is nothing short of continued mass conditioning for acceptance of a mark that will be placed on or under the skin of every single human on earth. 

New York News

This holiday season some parents are going high-tech and getting their child a watch that tracks their every move. It's called the FiLIP: a watch and phone with GPS geared at kids aged 4 to 11 -- basically before they are ready for a smart phone.
Parents can program up to five numbers into the gadget, which kids can call with the touch of a button. Using the FiLIP app, parents and other preauthorized adults can track the child's location, make calls, send texts and set "SafeZones." Parents get an alert when a child leaves a safe zone.
"What we learned after doing a lot of interviews with families, with moms dads and kids, is that they would like to have some of the sophisticated technology of a smartphone but take away some of the features like internet access," Kirbak says.

The FiLIP was named after the CEO's son, who went missing and was found at a mall 4 years ago.

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