Here's something that makes me have an internal argument with my self... Introducing Sparki, Spotti and Robuddi While personal GPS tracking devices are hardly new - outdoorsy types use them to not get lost so often, and worried relatives can use them to keep track of elderly and infirm family members who can't go wondering off on their own. But this is the first time Iâ€™ve come across a GPS tracking devices for kids... The idea is that you attach one of these little characters to your childâ€™s coat / bag etc as they go off to school and you get to track their every move - make sure they don't skip class, take 'the long way home' or say 'Yes' to the man with sweets. When the sensor stays still for a period of time, the parent is alerted and can come and rescue the child from a hole or gutter. Presumably they will also turn up to rescue them from class rooms every hour on the hour as they put their bag down.... If your children decide to turn these trackers off - the parent can turn it back on remotely! There is also a development planned to attach the sensors to cars to record the position and speed of your car as your teenage son/daughter takes it for a spin! Knowing where your kids are and what they're doing to make sure they're safe - I totally get it. Being paranoid and over protective - stifling your kidsâ€™ freedom and chance to learn from their own experiences - really bothers me! Is this product a genuinely good idea is a world where bad people do exist, or case of product designers taking advantage of broken Britain paranoia?? Discus.