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GPS Used To Track Asylum Seekers

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The Canadian government is planning to use modern technology to track Asylum seekers. You can read the whole story HERE The Canadian government is looking at whether to expand the use of satellite technology to monitor asylum seekers or potential immigrants who would otherwise be detained, and is upgrading the equipment that would allow it to do so. Ottawa served notice this week that it plans to sign a contract with the U.K. firm Buddi Ltd., used by police forces there to track criminals through electronic bracelet devices that the British media have dubbed “Chav Nav” tags. The technology provides real-time tracking using the same space-based Global Positioning System that drivers rely upon for in-car navigation. Our Mini GPS shown above is only 2.63” × 1.57” × .5” weighs only 60 g small enough to hide other person it has a built-in 3-D motion sensor and contract for 12 days before recharging two tracking panel options allow for maximum flexibility. From all of us here have a safe and happy Fourth Of July. No blog post tomorrow. Since 2005 Guardian Self-Defense & Security Products LLC has provided quality stun Self Defense Products and a wide variety of Home Security Products to over 45,000 consumers. We offer a full-line of premium self-defense weapons such as pepper spray, stun guns, tasers, pepper mace, personal alarms and other self-defense items.

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