Mail: Another Flaw For Cellphone Tracking

By | August 9, 2003
 Further on my posting about mapAmobile, the UK service that tracks the whereabouts of ‘loved ones’ via their handphone, reader Lynn Dimick points out quite wisely: “Why not just turn off the phone, and claim the battery died, if you don’t want to be monitored? I know that’s what my kids will do.”
How do you track someone who doesn’t want to be tracked?

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