University makes GPS mobiles mandatory for all students

12/4/2007 | Boston Herald

New Jersey's Montclair State University has become one of the first U.S. colleges to use GPS-equipped cell phones to help keep track of students' locations, keep them abreast of campus security issues and let them alert school officials to emergencies. The students must purchase the phones through the school, but the devices come equipped with unlimited text messaging at no charge and other free features.

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