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45% of Americans say they would not feel comfortable sharing the road with driverless vehicles if the use of them became widespread, including 18% who would not feel comfortable at all, according to Pew Research Center. While there are no fully autonomous vehicles (AVs) for sale today and there is still significant work to be done to make AVs mainstream, vehicles with automated features present various advantages and promises for the future. From the advancements and value that such technology can bring to our roads to the considerations and safety elements involved, here are just a few things worth keeping in mind when it comes to the matter.

We use GPS Tracking system to navigate our cars and also use it on location-based services like Uber, Find My Phone, and Golf. GPS is used to accurately determine the location of a person, vehicle, or asset in real time. Parents use Find My (iPhone) and Find My Device (Android) along with third-party apps like Family Tracker and Find My Kids to track their child's location. Many parents and kids feel safer knowing family members' location in the event something unforeseen happens.

What is GPS Spoofing?

Global Positioning System (GPS) technology has revolutionized our lives with navigation, location-based services, logistics, and emergency services. We use it on a daily basis to travel from point A to point B, and GPS plays an important role in guiding us on how to get there. However, the benefits of GPS technology come with a risk, GPS spoofing. GPS Spoofing is a malicious act that undermines the reliability of GPS systems. In this article, we will discuss GPS spoofing, explore its implications, discuss detection and prevention methods, and examine the legal and ethical aspects of this threat.

If you decide to go on a hike, your goal is likely to enjoy nature and get some exercise. However, if you accidentally choose the wrong trail and become lost or injured, your experience can quickly become the opposite of what you had intended.

Likewise, if you allow your children unrestricted access to the internet, they may inadvertently encounter inappropriate content or dangerous online predators. This can run counter to your objective of keeping them safe.

In this constantly evolving world of technology, smartphones have become an inseparable part of our lives. With the advent of smartphones, monitoring, and tracking of a child's activities have become even more important for parents. But how can parents ensure the safety and well-being of their children in this fast-paced digital world? Fortunately, there are various phone tracking apps available that can help parents monitor and control their child's smartphone usage and check their private Instagram accounts. In this blog, we'll explore some of the best phone-tracking apps for parental control.

Whether you're browsing online, checking out the latest video game, searching through Facebook, or another online activity, there are many things you and your children can be doing online. Yet, we are grown-ups and we understand the potential hazards, the hidden intricacies, and the means of protecting ourselves while we are going online. Children aren’t as experienced as adults and they can't detect dangers and know how to avoid them. That is why you, as a parent, should make sure to take some much-needed steps to ensure your child is safe while browsing online. Today we are going to show you some advice in this regard.