"...Weenect Kids lets you always know where your child is. The GPS tracker is connected to your smartphone through a mobile app so that you can check their location at any time on a map." - Read more

A number of employees like, Ann-Catherine Liska, have opted for the traditional pass for now.
'I don't feel that its necessary for opening doors or connecting with machines.' Ms Liska said.
Hannes Sjoblad, one of the tiny RFID (radio-frequency identification) chip developers, said they could be part of all future workplaces.
"We already interact with technology all the time. Today it's a bit messy - we need pin codes and passwords. Wouldn't it be easy to just touch with your hand? That's really intuitive."' Mr Sjoblad said.
He said its launch at the Sime office in Stockholm will provide more research into the technology.
"We want to be able to understand this technology before big corporates and big government come to us and say everyone should get chipped - the tax authority chip, the Google or Facebook chip." Mr Sjoblad said.

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"Employee, Elicico De Costa, decided to get one and hasn't looked back since.
'It can contain contact details. I think it can do a lot of other stuff in the future.' Mr De Costa said.
It's expected the chip will eventually enable staff to log on to computers or pay for food in the cafe.
But the new pass is still having teething problems, with some staff reporting their chips don't always work.
A number of employees like, Ann-Catherine Liska, have opted for the traditional pass for now.
'I don't feel that its necessary for opening doors or connecting with machines.' Ms Liska said.
Hannes Sjoblad, one of the tiny RFID (radio-frequency identification) chip developers, said they could be part of all future workplaces.
"We already interact with technology all the time. Today it's a bit messy - we need pin codes and passwords. Wouldn't it be easy to just touch with your hand? That's really intuitive."' Mr Sjoblad said.
He said its launch at the Sime office in Stockholm will provide more research into the technology.
"We want to be able to understand this technology before big corporates and big government come to us and say everyone should get chipped - the tax authority chip, the Google or Facebook chip." Mr Sjoblad said."

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Features include:

  • Call Log- Record and View all Calls Details
  • Text Message Log- Text Messages Sent and Received
  • GPS Logs- Fetch all GPS locations details
  • Email Log- View Sent & Received Emails
  • Browser History Logs- Browsing Details of Visited Websites
  • Photos Log- See Photos viewed on the phone
  • Videos Log- See videos viewed on the phone
  • WhatsApp- Test+Voice+Images
  • Contact Detail Log- View All Phone Contacts
  • Device Diagnostics- Monitor device health and status.
  • Continuous Tracking- Periodic uploading of data.
  • Mobile monitoring- You can monitor target phone from your mobile device.
  • Facebook Logs- Track Facebook Activities
  • Skype Logs- Track Skype Activities
  • Instagram Logs- Track Instagram Activities
  • Remote Uninstall- Uninstall Tracking Remotely
  • Stealth Camera- Track User Remotely
  • Live Control Panel- Login in from any mobile device or computer
  • Lock Target phone- Lock Target phone Activities
  • Notes- User Notes Activities
  • Calendar- User Calendar Activities
  • WeChat- rack WeChat Activities
  • LineChat- Track LineChatActivities
  • Twitter- Track Twitter Activities


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My daughter sends and recieves over 6000 text messages a month! This program sent them all to my gmail! Very good program! Very reliable. A must for any responsible parent.

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If this is the state of commercial software being sold 'over the counter', then imagine the capability of the NSA and our respective secret intelligence organisations!

"M.G. Michael and Katina Michael (2010) describe this "carceral" phase of power relations with the concept of "uberveillance"- "the sum total of all types of surveillance and the deliberate integration of an individual's personal data for the continuous tracking and monitoring of identity and location in real time" (10). Under the digital conditions of "uberveillance," therefore, mobile tracking is most usefully viewed both as a new experiment in power enforcement and as one of the spatial designs of power in the wireless world of "flows." Elliot and Urry (2010) depict this "uberveillant phase" as a digital "Orwellianization" of self and society, in which there is essentially no movement without digital tracing or tracking" (150)."

Kwang-Suk Lee (2012) IT Development in Korea: A Broadband Nirvana? Routledge. 



Now compare to the narrative clip. 


Thanks KMA.

Yet more evidence that online MMRPG games are about more than just havin' fun.

But beyond the privacy concerns there are real concerns for physical harm as I noted in a Conversation piece last year.

 

This from a user:

"Well, one of biggest the dangers of Ingress is driving or stepping into harm's way while playing the game, and I know of at least one nasty car accident. And then there is the risk of losing your job or relationship or use of your thumb due to its addictive properties..."

Of course- we augment more than we can cope with and we might end up dead. 

Question: anyone want to talk about liability?

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