My little sister and I had this philosophical discussion the other day about parenting decision. We both have dogs that have a Microchip in them in case God forbid they were lost. The chip has all the information of where he lives, my name and number or at least the vet information so I can get him back. Now why wouldn’t we give one to our children? You’d be able to always know where they are like a lo-jack feature for children. There wouldn’t be anymore kidnappings because you’d be able to track your kid. Yes we can go to the whole matrix thought and some technology can find the tracker in a kid and either zap it making it ineffective or pull it out. However I’d think that the number of kidnappings would still have to be decreased. Is it ethical? That’s the real question. Big brother is watching you!!! It is an interesting topic. Good and bad points on both sides. My daughter is 17 now. I’m better off putting the Verizon tracker thing in her car but my little sister’s children are still young. It is certainly a food for thought question and I’d love people to comment.