Would you use GPS Tracking on your children?

Would you use a GPS Tracking on your own kids for their security or do you think they have a right to privacy?

#4

Yes, I would use GPS Tracking on my kids

  1. Ronlaw [15] argued:

    It might sound wrong for several people but when it comes to the safety of your children, you know you have to make some sacrifices. Should they go missing for longer than a few days, wouldn’t you curse the moment you denied installing the GPS Tracking device?

    However, I’d try my best not to use the gadget against them for minor things such as proof they were lying. It’s just going to mess with their little heads. They need to make mistakes and learn on their own just like we did. No need to install a protection bubble around them.

  2. Anonymous [1697] argued:

    make them safer

  3. Ali A [22] argued:

    Yes because it is an innovative way to create a higher security and a simpler way to parent.

  4. Anonymous [1697] argued:

    sure i would

#2

No, I would not use GPS Tracking on my kids

  1. Kyle [2] argued:

    If by kids we mean the teenage youth, then no. They are teenagers. This is their point in life to make mistakes and learn from them. Doing so helps them find themselves. That is a vital part of growing up. Knowing who you are.

  2. Jonathan Meager [30] argued:

    No, they have a right to privacy like anyone else

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