"Tracking devices can be useful to parents," Allen told the AP. "Our concern is that they will be viewed as more than they are." Security companies are marketing such devices as those that can be placed in children’s backpacks, although some more invasive methods, such as implantable devices also exist. Still, security firms say that these methods are not intended to be used as substitutes to good parenting. "This is not tag and release," Todd Morris, CEO of BrickHouse Security, told the AP. "But even the best parent, with the best intentions, can find it hard to keep track of their kids all the time."
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