Jul 162019
 July 16, 2019  Posted by  Govt, Non-U.S., Surveillance, Youth & Schools

Karen Chiu reports:

For parents looking to keep track of their kids’ whereabouts, there’s no lack of gadgets designed to do the job. Now parents will be able to do it for free in one area in China.

A district government in the southern city of Guangzhou recently distributed free location-tracking smartwatches to about 17,000 students from 60 elementary schools, according to Guangzhou Daily. The aim, the government says, is to help parents supervise their children.

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