7 Responses

  1. Cellular Phone Forums
    Cellular Phone Forums Published |

    I’m normally against tracking, but for parents I think it’s a great idea…

  2. shams
    shams Published |

    this is the great thing i admire this

  3. Mobile Phone Reviews
    Mobile Phone Reviews Published |

    tracking is really helpful specially for your childrens safety, when you not around you can easily pinpoint where you kids are, but for the privacy of most people i think im against with it.

  4. Voip
    Voip Published |

    I think this issue is very much controversial,but the post itself is very helpful for us.Regarding privacy of life I’m against it but in terms of safety and emergency phone tracking is necessary.

  5. Mike
    Mike Published |

    You need to step into reality.

    First, why would anyone care if they are being tracked unless thay are doing something wrong? Nobody cares about what you do unless you are doing something that is a problem for the rest of society.

    Second, you are being tracked no matter what you think. Everytime you make a credit card purchase, you have been tracked and that’s the way it has been for quite some time. Again, nobody cares until you do something wrong, then you can be traced by those CC transactions.

    Finally, If someone really wants to track you, they can and will. There are so many ways do do it that your head would spin just trying to grasp them all.

    So people like you need to stop living in some kind of fantasy world. You complain about thechnology to track you yest you leave your life all over the internet. Like so many people your age you live on the web or cell phone…then you talk about privacy. Don’t be a tard.

  6. Game of Thrones Free Download
    Game of Thrones Free Download Published |

    Some really great articles on this site, appreciate it for contribution.


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