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Swedish daycare centers use GPS to track children


Daycare centers in Sweden have started using GPS systems and other electronic tracking devices to keep tabs on children during excursions—a practice that has raised ethical and practical questions, the Associated Press reports. Some parents are worried day care centers will use the technology to replace staff. Others wonder whether getting children used to being under surveillance could affect their idea of privacy when they grow older…

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